Structure for Project Staffing
We like to think of ourselves as a special operations team. We do not operate with non-essential overhead. When we need a specialist, we add them to the team to execute a specific assignment. We maintain scalability; creating teams tailored to the meet the demands of each specific project.
Our basic project team is comprised of a Principal Officer, Project Manager (PM), and Superintendent. Assistant project managers (APM) and support staff are added as needed. Project managers are assigned to a maximum of three (3) projects. Superintendents are assigned to a maximum of two (2) projects. APM and support staff are allocated across projects.
Each party stays focused on their core roles to improve their efficiency. Project Managers coordinate the efforts of a maximum of ten (10) in-house team members. When a project requires more man power, additional PM’s and Superintendents are brought online. An overextended project team results in errors, budget overruns, and schedule delays. We do not allow this to occur.
The project manager is the key point of contact for the client, design team, and subcontractors. Our estimating and accounting teams operate separately and assist the PM with change orders, pay applications, lien release/waiver tracking, and so forth to ensure that these activities are completed quickly and accurately.