MET’s Mega-Project Expert Says Rhode Island’s Highway Plans “Easier” Than Big Dig

in Administrative Sciences, Faculty News, Ginny Greiman, MET News
May 19th, 2016

MET’s Mega-Project Expert Says Rhode Island’s Highway Plans “Easier” Than Big Dig

Few know more about the challenges that accompany sprawling mega-projects than Metropolitan College Assistant Professor Virginia Greiman, who served as deputy chief legal counsel and risk manager on Boston’s years-long $15 billion Big Dig, and currently lends her significant expertise in grand-scale project coordination to MET’s Administrative Sciences faculty and students.

With Rhode Island facing down an ambitious highway overhaul of its own—one that has drawn comparisons to the Big Dig—the Associated Press caught up with Professor Greiman, who assessed that the Ocean State’s interstate effort is likely to be “a heckuva lot easier” than was Boston’s.

Read more at the Bellingham Herald.