Lecturer; Chief of Program & Project Controls and Virtual Design & Construction, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Sadia Janjua has several years of experience in educational, municipal, commercial, industrial, governmental, and residential projects, rail and transit, buildings, infrastructure, and site work, including projects with complex phasing and stringent time constraint requirements. She has a strong background in all phases of construction management, combined with deep experience in critical path method scheduling, time impact studies, change order review, and claims negotiation and resolution.
At The Port Authority of NY&NJ, she is responsible for developing training, standards, and procedures, providing scheduling, estimating, and claims overview and expertise, and business development, as well as taking on analysis and scheduling tasks. Janjua is a member of several professional organizations dedicated to defining best practices across the industry, including The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), the AACEI, and PMI.
- M.S., Columbia University
- B.S., University of California Berkeley