Project Management

Our definition of project management is to complete a project ‘on budget and on time, complying with the project specifications, and to the client’s satisfaction’. To achieve this goal PGE follows a well-defined project management plan, which includes the following steps: project set-up, scheduling, resource allocation, budgeting, work assignments, cost control, scope and change order control, file and documentation control, loss & risk management, quality control measurements, report preparation, invoice preparation, profitability analysis, and finally communications.

Our project management plan has been proven successful by the completion of our projects within schedule and budget constraints; however without sacrificing quality or safety to meet the deadlines.  Throughout the project we maintain communication with our team members and clients and regulatory bodies and frequently request input from them in order to provide our services as efficiently as possible.  Our project management plan provides resolutions to the problems of coordination of inspections with the general contractor, maintaining inspection schedule, non-conformance.  We thoroughly explore all alternative solutions available to inform our clients of their options and cost-benefit ratios associated with them.  Our prophecy planning and interactive management skills enable us to take a proactive approach to project rather than a reactive approach.

Our project management structure is designed to ensure clients receive excellent communication and continuous technical support in a timely manner, reliable professional services, and effective cost control for small to large size projects.  Key to our success in project management is to retain one point source of contact in PGE to perform task and personnel scheduling, test report delivering, problem solution, and overall communication with the client. 

Sewer trench backfilling inspection and compaction testing at 192nd Street, Puyallup.

Our prophecy planning and interactive management skills enable us to take a proactive approach to project rather than a reactive approach.