Project Management Oversight for FTA Major Capital Programs

Burns has provided Project Management Oversight (PMO) services for numerous Federally-funded transit projects nationwide. Serving as an extension of FTA staff, our PMO services include evaluation and reporting on the grantee’s technical capability and organizational capacity to complete major capital programs within schedule and budget. This is accomplished by professionals with thorough and comprehensive transit industry experience who assess and report on the progress of major capital projects. Our methodology consists of standard reporting procedures that are compliant with the requirements set forth in projects receiving “Full Funding Grant Agreements” (FFGA).

Current And Recent Assignments Include:

  • Chicago, IL
    Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)
    Metra
    Chicago Department of Transportation
  • Denver, CO
    East and Gold Line Enterprise (Eagle) Commuter Rail Lines
  • Detroit, MI
    Bus Rapid Transit System
  • New York/New Jersey Metropolitan Area
    MTA-Long Island Rail Road
    NJ Transit – Access to the Region’s Core, Risk Assessment
    Metro North Railroad
  • Orange County, CA
    OCTA Centerline
  • Phoenix, AZ
    Valley Metro – Light Rail Transit
  • Portland, OR
    Tri-Met – Light Rail Transit
  • Seattle, WA
    Sound Transit – U-Link Tunnel, Risk Assessment

Typical Project Elements Include:

  • Project Management Plan (PMP)
  • Project Execution Plan
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Plan
  • Bus and Rail Fleet Management Plans (BFMP)
  • Real Estate Acquisition Management Plans (RAMP)
  • System Safety and Security Plans
  • Construction Schedules and Installation Plans
  • Operations and Maintenance Plans
  • Risk Assessments

Typical Transit Projects Include:

  • Transit and commuter rail systems
  • Inter-modal facilities
  • Heavy and light rail shops and yards
  • Tunnel systems
  • Passenger Stations
  • Vehicle Procurement

Burns Role

  • Project Management Oversight
Location: Nationwide
Industry: Railroad & Transit
Client: Federal Transit Administration

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