Mr. Kage is a Principal with Long International and has over 35 years of experience in the areas of construction claims, project control, project management, construction management, and engineering design services. He has expertise in cost evaluation, entitlement analysis, calculation of damages, and schedule delay analysis.
While serving in various senior project management capacities, Mr. Kage worked on domestic and international EPC projects worth several billion dollars. He has served as Project Manager for design projects and studies in the power generation and telecommunications industries. During more than 14 years as a project control professional, Mr. Kage managed the project control departments for two different businesses, supervised 40 project control professionals, and developed an estimating department. He has directed the purchasing, warehousing, and distribution of millions of dollars of materials for construction projects and has managed a construction management field office. Mr. Kage also had pivotal involvement in process improvement initiatives, re-engineering efforts, and quality improvement programs. He brings extensive industry experience to the topics of industry practice and standard of care, and has authored several expert reports on the topic of damages.
M.S., Engineering Management studies, University of Kansas (all course work exclusive of thesis project completed), 1981–1988
M.B.A., University of Kansas, 1987
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Colorado, 1979
Registered Professional Engineer, Colorado (No. 23815)
Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International