PinnacleOne, one of the nation’s leading construction consulting firms, today announced that John Livengood has joined the firm as Associate Vice President of Construction Claims Services. In this role, Mr. Livengood will lead PinnacleOne’s construction claims services to the greater Washington, D.C. metro area.
“John is a recognized leader and authority in construction claims,” said Joseph Seibold, Executive Vice President of PinnacleOne. “He continues the legacy and success of PinnacleOne in this region. In conjunction with the expertise and resources of ARCADIS, I am excited for the opportunities and services that we will provide to our clients.”
Mr. Livengood brings more than 30 years of experience in claims analysis and resolution, architecture, law and project management. An architect and an attorney, he brings perspective and experience in construction litigation, government contracts, claims analysis, international contracts, and arbitration. He has experience on a variety of projects including office buildings, stadiums, educational institutions, hospitals, wastewater treatment plants, power plants, industrial facilities, correctional facilities, roadways and bridges, military bases, air and rail facilities, warehouses, microwave communication facilities and high-rise apartment buildings.
Mr. Livengood is a registered architect in the District of Columbia and a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Catholic University of America.
PinnacleOne (pinnacleone.com) is a national consulting firm providing program, project and construction management, claims, and cost management services to its clients. The firm boasts some of the most seasoned professionals in the industry — architects, engineers, construction managers, accountants, attorneys, and technical consultants — who guide owners through every step of the construction process. PinnacleOne’s proven approach to planning and attention to detail has earned it a spot four years in a row as one of the top 40 consulting firms in the construction industry, according to Engineering News-Record. The firm is a wholly owned subsidiary of ARCADIS and is headquartered in Phoenix, with offices in Los Angeles, Irvine, Sacramento, San Francisco, and San Diego, CA; Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma, AZ; Hartford, CT; New York; Boston, MA; Williamsburg, VA; and now in Washington, D.C.