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Robert M. Sciullo, P.E. recently joined GAI Consultants, Inc. (GAI) as Manager, Western Regional Office, CMS Division. He will be responsible for managing GAI's construction monitoring services and staff in the western region of Pennsylvania as well as assisting in the growth of GAI's Construction Management Services.

Mr. Sciullo's particular strengths include construction management experience in roadway, bridge and building construction both as an owner and for other consultants on projects for various city, county and state agencies. He has experience in construction claims analysis and the defense of claims. Mr. Sciullo also has project scheduling experience using many current computer applications.

Mr. Sciullo has over 20 years of construction management experience, most notably as Manager of Construction Engineering for the Allegheny County Department of Public Works. There, as head of the Construction Division, he was responsible for the management of the construction program of the County's Capital Budget for all bridge, road, building and park projects. During that time he had directed the management of over one hundred construction projects ranging from asbestos removal projects to the replacement or rehabilitation of five major river crossings in the Three Rivers area.

Additionally, Mr. Sciullo has worked at engineering consulting firms as a resident engineer on projects for many of the transportation agencies in the Pittsburgh region and also as program manager for municipal projects seeking Federal Highway funding and authorization.

Mr. Sciullo, a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania, earned his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE).

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