- M.S., Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2002
- B.E., Engineering, University of Mumbai, India, 2001
- Certified Construction Manager (CCM)
- LEED Accredited Professional
- Project Management Professional (PMP)
- Women in Construction, Washington DC
- Construction Management Association of America, CMAA
- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, AACE
- Project Management College of Scheduling, PMCOS
Ms. Shetty has over 19 years of Project Management and Dispute resolution experience. In her career, she has worked for a heavy civil contractor and as a construction manager on several Federal Projects.
Ms. Shetty has managed all phases of the construction process from pre-design to post-construction with special emphasis to project scheduling and change management. She has experience in all facets of construction Project scheduling, from building baseline schedules and updates to reviewing Contractor schedules proactively and in forensic schedule analysis. Ms. Shetty has supported her clients in analyzing construction claims related to schedule delays and cost and damage analysis for mediation, arbitration and litigation.
Ms. Shetty also specializes in probabilistic risk assessment using Monte Carlo simulation to assess risk exposure and evaluate mitigation strategies to minimize risks and their associated impacts on construction projects. Ms. Shetty's projects have included historic federal building renovation, residential and commercial building construction, nuclear power plants, hospitality, high transit rail systems, road and bridge projects, oil and gas projects, genomic research, and high containment laboratories and water treatment plants.
Prior to joining Exponent, Ms. Shetty worked in the Project Management Group for Hill International. She spent 6 years on the modernization of the historic Supreme Court in Washington, DC. As the owner's representative, she was responsible for schedule management, management and close-out of cost, and schedule-related claims as well as the final close-out of the project.