U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, serving in China, Viet Nam, Saudi Arabia, Europe, and the United States. Before leaving the Army he was colonel and chief engineer for the United States Military Academy at West Point, from 1983 to 1985. At the academy he was responsible for all planning, engineering, construction, and maintenance. His current research interests include construction management, contracting, construction financial management and cost control, computer applications in construction, and facility operation and management. Dr. Badger holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Auburn University, an M.S. in civil engineering from Oklahoma State University, and a Ph.D. in soil mechanics from Iowa State University.

Jennifer J. Compagni is a human resources consultant assisting clients to develop and implement HR processes, including compensation programming and performance, position competency models, management structures, communications plans, and leadership development. Prior to establishing her consultancy she was vice president for human resources at Revlon, Inc., where her work included leadership development and team building. She also held senior management positions at Warner-Lambert/Pfizer and ADAMS USA. Ms. Compagni holds a B.A. in economics from Siena College and a master’s in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University.

Dennis D. Dunne is president of dddunne & associates, a consulting firm headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mr. Dunne is the former chief deputy director for the California Department of General Services. His 25-year career was spent creating, organizing, directing, and consulting with large public sector departments centered on the built environment. The thrust of these efforts was the development of a customer-driven, continuously improving, life-cycle-oriented culture. As chair of the Policy Executive Committee, he helped develop the Excellence in Public Buildings Initiative, which expresses California’s commitment to a set of policies, guidelines, procedures, and practices that will lead to sustained excellence in the planning, design, construction, operation, and performance evaluation of public buildings. Mr. Dunne has also been a consultant to government agencies and construction and architectural firms and has facilitated strategic planning, project management development, and construction partnerships. He was also the General Services Agency director for Santa Clara County, California, and vice president for support services for Kitchell CEM. Mr. Dunne is a member of the Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment of the National Research Council.

Martin A. Fischer is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and the director of the Center for Integrated Facility Engineering at Stanford University. His research is in the area of construction management tools, with specific interest in the formal, computer-interpretable representation of construction

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