Project Management

Aaron WorkOur dedicated team of highly experienced project managers is widely recognized for their knowledge, experience, work quality, and ability to deliver projects on time and on budget. (And, yes, we know everyone says this, but check out our track record.) Each one possesses an impressive ability to estimate and track costs, manage to approved schedules, oversee subcontractors and coordinate all aspects of a project with owners and stakeholders. While the project management staff shares a set of essential core competencies, they also have specific skills and unique experiences that allows us to match the right project manager for each new client and project.

Project plans are drafted and carefully managed, with contingency plans in place for any changes or issues that may arise. Each week we provide updates and reports, with photos, to keep you well-informed at all times.  To meet our commitment of “no surprises,” we ensure great communication throughout the project – at every level – with open, honest dialog from start to finish.

Three Deep Management Approach

Depending on project requirements and timing, we assign one or more project managers using a “3 Deep Management” approach.  This ensures there is more than one set of eyes monitoring the project – each with a different level of focus and attention. These project teams include someone from construction leadership to oversee the work at a “30,000 foot view,” coordinating with the client as well as checking in with the project managers.  A lead project manager takes care of the more detailed project planning, scheduling and budgets – providing ongoing reports while interacting with the owner’s representative.  A site project manager coordinates with subcontractors and suppliers, providing field input and raw project data.  We have found this to be a highly effective way to utilize our resources and ensure all aspects of the project are well-managed.