Engineering, Environmental & Technical Solutions
Engineering & Consulting
Delivering Engineering Insight
For over four decades, Caliburn has provided government and commercial clients with high-quality professional consulting services. By applying sustainable business practices, proven project management techniques, and effective cost analysis and engineering principles, we help our clients manage costs, risks, and schedules.
You can count on Caliburn for just the right combination of technical subject matter expertise, program and construction management experience, and specialized technology tools and applications. From initial planning to post-completion claims, or in response to accidents and natural disasters, our independent, expert analysis and oversight help our clients successfully navigate even the most complex project.
What We Do
- Program and Project Management
- Cost and Schedule Management
- Earned Value Management
- Acquisition Management
- Claims Support
- Disaster Response
- Technology Solutions
Top 50 Program Management Firm
Engineering News-Record (ENR) has repeatedly named Caliburn a “Top 50 Program Management Firm.” Our acumen in program and project management is vital to the success of critical programs worldwide. Our certified program managers, engineers, and cost professionals provide expert oversight and analysis to ensure the control of scope, schedule, costs, risk, and quality for capital construction, environmental, and large-scale civil works projects. ENR also named Caliburn one of its “Top 100 Construction Management Firms.”
Technology in Action
Transformative Cost-Engineering Platform
Caliburn is helping build, launch, and implement the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ next-generation, cloud-based cost engineering platform. Powered by Azure Government Cloud, the platform seamlessly integrates software applications for new construction cost estimating, existing facility renovation and alteration estimating, and model-based price and bill-of-material estimates. Developed by Caliburn professionals, the new platform promotes information sharing across functions and supports dashboarding, predictive analytics, and machine learning.
On the Front Lines
Caliburn is part of the team that helps the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provide assistance to state, tribal, and local governments in the wake of major emergencies and natural disasters. Since 2005, our cost estimators, engineers, and construction managers have quickly and efficiently assessed and estimated damage so that FEMA can provide funding for debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged facilities, such as medical facilities, schools, roads, bridges, and utilities.
U.S. Department of Energy
Powering Improved Performance
For more than two decades, Caliburn has provided continuous program and project management for the DoE’s Office of Environmental Management (EM). Our full line of program management services—which includes developing and evaluating project cost estimates, performance baselines, schedules, and lessons-learned documents—helps optimize performance on construction, decommissioning, and remediation projects across DoE EM. We also provide program-wide support that allows the DoE to analyze, evaluate, and report data on its capital asset project portfolio, identifying potential risks that could impact cost, schedule, and successful project completion.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A Prescription for Project Completion
By the time the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took over management of the project, construction costs for the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center had skyrocketed, far exceeding the original estimate. Caliburn was engaged to assess the work left and develop an independent cost estimate to complete the facility. After concluding an extensive project review, we defined the remaining work and used this construction “to-go” assessment, as well as construction drawings, labor information, schedule, and contractual data, to establish the scope and complete the cost estimate. The 12-building medical complex opened in 2018.