Project Management

We understand of the metrics and drivers for successful projects. They are adept at risk assessment and accustomed to identifying critical-path activities and managing competing priorities placing a strong emphasis on safety and understanding perfectly the importance of cost and schedule control.

Project management involves the leadership and guidance of a project from start to finish, typically through three phases:

  • Strategy development – the identification and formal evaluation of all the available project options followed by the selection of the best way forward
  • Planning – involving contract strategy, cost estimating and budgeting, stakeholder identification, environmental evaluation, project permitting, scheduling and logistics and all operating and financial approvals
  • Execution – covering bid preparation, contractor selection, contractor management, equipment and materials procurement, regulatory compliance, and traditional project management and site supervision.