August 25, 2017

Craig Covil



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Meet the Speaker: Craig Covil

Session: Design and Construction of Complex Infrastructure


 Craig Covil, Principal, ARUP

Craig Covil is a Principal of Arup based in New York, and part of New York office leadership. He is both a Chartered Engineer and a licensed Professional Engineer with working experience in the US, Canada, Hong Kong, South Africa, UK and Australia. Craig has published and presented a number of technical papers. He is a civil engineer with more than 28 years’ experience on major civil/infrastructure, land reclamation, maritime, and building projects. Craig’s particular skills are in the management of multidisciplinary design teams on major infrastructure and building design/build and PPP projects. His approach is to provide practical advice that supports value engineering and promotes innovative thought. Craig is particularly competent in design, construction and liaison with or for government, local authorities, contractors, industry and other clients.

Craig has worked closely with a number of world class architects, contractors and developers as well as investment banks and insurers. Craig has prepared documentation for expert witness cases and provided technical advice in relation to contract claims, arbitration, due diligence and expert witness work. Craig is the Project Director responsible for the Arup Design Team for the $1.4 Billion Fulton Center in Lower Manhattan.

He is the Principal-in-charge of Arup’s involvement in Second Avenue Subway, DOE/Fermilab Long Baseline Neutrino Facility in South Dakota, and a host of MTA NYCT projects including post-Sandy resilience protection, and the Governor’s NYCT Enhanced Stations Initiative (31 subway stations).  He is also the Arup Principal responsible for Arup’s involvement in Cornell University’s Energy Recovery Linear Accelerator project, as well as the +Pool and LowLine feasibility projects in New York.


Design and Construction of Complex Infrastructure

Craig Covil

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