MassDOT Statewide Project Controls Services, District 4 and District 6

Client: Massachusetts Department of Transportation
Location: Arlington, Massachusetts | Boston, Massachusetts
Services: Project Controls, Cost Estimating, and Scheduling Support Services
Completion Date: 2018

In July 2014, Keville Enterprises Inc. (Keville) was selected by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to provide statewide project controls, scheduling and cost estimating services in support of its Highway and Bridge capital construction projects. Under this $4M two-year (with a two-year renewal option) task-order contract, Keville provides full-time project controls support services staff to MassDOT for Projects within District 4 (Arlington, MA office, I-93 vicinity) and District 6 Boston office (Boston metropolitan vicinity).

In summary, our work includes: development and/or review of computer generated CPM construction schedules as well as the review of complex cost proposals for work on roadways, bridges, tunnels and other facilities under design or construction by MassDOT. Keville also assists in providing project controls and scheduling training to MassDOT staff.

Our specific project controls tasks include:

  • Review and Development of Construction Contract Time Determination (CCTD) Schedules
  • Review of Construction Schedule Submissions
  • Construction Cost Estimating
  • Development and/or Review and Analysis of Acceleration Schedules
  • Assignments as Directed by the Engineer
  • Project Controls Training
  • Reporting
  • Document Control
  • Meetings and Coordination

Keville’s Quality of work on this project is evident as can be seen from reviews by MassDOT:

“Keville has been providing critical assistance as part of MassDOT’s Project Controls initiative to create best practice Program/Project Controls…They have consistently demonstrated their high value to the Department, Highway Division and to me and have helped MassDOT greatly by maintaining a highly effective Program Controls & Reporting System for the Highway’s $3 Billion and 8 year ABP Program. Keville’s Program/Project Controls expertise and commitment to MassDOT have contributed to the great success of our current status and future statewide program initiative.”
-MassDOT Highway Deputy Administrator, Office of Project Controls & Performance Oversight.