CONTINUING AT

SBEC OFFICERS
2014-2015
President
Edgar Benitez
Vice-President
Jane Caffey
Secretary - Treasurer
Adam Nelkie
Directors
Kwame Agyare, Past President
Rany Chek, 2013
Robert Fontanilla, 2013
Don Greb, 2012
Doug De Vries, 2014
Chris Hockett, 2014
Past Presidents
L. W. Milnes, 1965
Milton Murray, 1966
Ray Boege, 1967
Bill Rodes, 1968
Larry Sulser, 1969
Ray Crosby, 1970
Paul Lanferman, 1971
Paul Weisshaar, 1972
Ralph Kirkup, 1973
Nat Daniels, 1974
Richard Karn, 1975
Robert Silva, 1976
Stan Saylor, 1977
Tom Blalock, 1978
Sam Zullo, 1979
Nate Meeks, 1980
Jack Lindley, 1981
Garry Lee, 1982
Marvin A. Rose, 1983
Piero Ruggeri, 1984
Ralph Johnson, 1985
Robert Douglass, 1986
George Bliss, 1987
Grace Chow, 1988
Frank Berlogar, 1989
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Friday, February 6, 2015 Meeting
Dealing with Construction Problems After the Warranty Expires
By: Michael R. Warriner, P.E., and Vice President for Construction
Management Group at Carollo Engineers.
Public Works construction projects come with varying warranty lengths
and terms, anywhere from one year up to three years or more. But after the
construction contract warranty expires, does that mean the contractor is “off
the hook” for anything that gets discovered afterwards? The answer is a
resounding NO.
The protections and options for the owner/operator of public facility
projects vary from state to state. California has statutes for the protection of
public works owner/operators against construction defects or breach of
contract independent of warranty clauses the agency may include in the
construction contract. Some contractors are aware of these clauses and will
choose to ignore them or deny their applicability.
This presentation will provide a brief overview of the statutes in place as
they pertain to construction warranties and the ability of the owner to insist
on corrections after the project warranty has expired. The advantages and
disadvantages of pursuing these claims will be discussed.
Michael Warriner is a Vice President for Construction Management
Group at Carollo Engineers. He has been the Resident Engineer for projects
up to $460 million in value. Michael serves as a construction manager, and
also provides schedule analysis, change cost negotiation, and dispute
resolution services. He has also worked as a claim consultant and expert
construction witness for public agencies.
Allen Cuenca, 1990
Norm Hughes, 1991
Rob Wilson, 1992
Bob Chan, 1993
Craig Hill, 1994
Yev Philipovich, 1995
Dennis Gambs, 1996
Donald Peoples, 1997
Ronnie Fong, 1998
David Holman, 1999
Friday, February 6, 2015
12 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch is $25 (members); $35 (non-members)
CONTINUING AT
Steve Peterson, 2000
Pasta’s Trattoria Restaurant
Steve Cusenza, 2001
405 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA (925) 417-2222
William Little III, 2002
Jeffrey Finn, 2003
Michael Stella, 2004
Jim Reynolds, 2005
No RSVP required, just leave your office/home/meeting in plenty of time to join your
fellow club members/guests by 12 PM.
South Bay Engineers Club President – Edgar Benitez
e-mail address: [email protected]
Diana Gaines 2006
John Dye 2007
Abbas Masjedi 2008
Tony Catizzone 2009
Mallika Ramachandran 2010
Ron Oen, 2011
Joanne Wilson, 2012
Kwame Agyare, 2013
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