TCEP 011: Dealing With Multiple Stakeholders and Tight Timelines at the St. Louis Arch Straight From the Engineering Project Manager – The Civil Engineering Podcast

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This is a podcast episode titled, TCEP 011: Dealing With Multiple Stakeholders and Tight Timelines at the St. Louis Arch Straight From the Engineering Project Manager – The Civil Engineering Podcast. The summary for this episode is: <p>In episode 011 of The Civil Engineering Podcast, Chris Knutson interviews Kathy Schneider, PE, a Civil Engineer who is also the National Park Service’s park centered project manager for the $200 million CityArchRiver 2015 redevelopment project at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Gateway Arch), aka the St. Louis Arch, in St. Louis, Missouri. In this [&#8230;]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://engineeringmanagementinstitute.org/tcep-011-dealing-with-multiple-stakeholders-and-tight-timelines-at-the-st-louis-arch-straight-from-the-engineering-project-manager-the-civil-engineering-podcast/">TCEP 011: Dealing With Multiple Stakeholders and Tight Timelines at the St. Louis Arch Straight From the Engineering Project Manager – The Civil Engineering Podcast</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://engineeringmanagementinstitute.org">Engineering Management Institute</a>.</p>

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In episode 011 of The Civil Engineering Podcast, Chris Knutson interviews Kathy Schneider, PE, a Civil Engineer who is also the National Park Service’s park centered project manager for the $200 million CityArchRiver 2015 redevelopment project at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Gateway Arch), aka the St. Louis Arch, in St. Louis, Missouri. In this […]

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