Project Development Consultation & Management

Project Development Stakeholder Credentialing

It’s not what is said, but what’s actually been done in the project and development industry.  When millions of dollars are on the line, solid and reputable partners are essential to complete the tasks and achieve the overall goal.  We vet the bonding capacity, complaint history, vendor reviews and will perform an initial attendance for preliminary MOU and LOI discussions and review same. We will follow-up with verification of certifications and compliance related issues and advise you timely and thoroughly before you bind yourself.

Project Performance Monitoring & Assessments Services

Having experience with multi-million dollar development projects, we understand the importance of scheduling, proper reporting of progress and site inspections clearance.  As such, we will liase and perform random site inspections  with the Project Manager or Site Manager to ensure all trades are timely paid, invoices are properly documented, local government inspections are scheduled and performed as contracted and the client is current and up to date with all phases before disbursement of any contracted draws.

Limited Capacity Management

Limited Capacity Management refers to the process of effectively managing resources, such as time, personnel, equipment, or funds, that are limited in availability to achieve specific goals or objectives. This concept is particularly relevant in situations where demand for these resources exceeds their availability, resulting in a need for careful planning and prioritization.

Effective limited capacity management involves assessing the available resources, identifying potential constraints or bottlenecks, and developing strategies to optimize their utilization. This may involve setting priorities, allocating resources based on criticality or urgency, and implementing processes to streamline workflows and reduce waste.

In many cases, limited capacity management requires a balance between short-term goals and long-term sustainability. This means finding ways to meet immediate needs while also preserving resources for future use, such as investing in upgrades or expanding capacity.

Overall, limited capacity management is an essential skill for individuals and organizations across a wide range of industries and contexts, as it enables them to make the most of their available resources and achieve their goals efficiently and effectively.

Project Oversight

Project oversight services refer to a range of activities designed to monitor and manage the progress of a project, ensuring that it stays on track and meets its objectives. This is often done by an independent third-party provider who offers expertise, experience, and an objective perspective on the project.

Project oversight services typically include the following:
  1. Monitoring: Project oversight services involve monitoring the progress of the project, tracking key performance indicators, and identifying any deviations from the plan.

  2. Reporting: Oversight services often involve preparing regular reports that summarize the progress of the project, highlighting any issues or risks, and recommending corrective actions where necessary.

  3. Risk management: Project oversight services also involve identifying and managing risks that may impact the project’s success. This includes developing risk management plans, implementing risk mitigation strategies, and providing recommendations for reducing risk exposure.

  4. Change management: Projects are dynamic, and they often require changes to adapt to new conditions. Project oversight services can help manage change by reviewing proposed changes, assessing their impact on the project, and recommending appropriate actions.

  5. Quality assurance: Project oversight services can also include quality assurance activities, such as reviewing project deliverables, verifying compliance with industry standards, and ensuring that quality control measures are in place.

  6. Contract management: Oversight services may involve managing contracts and ensuring that all parties are meeting their contractual obligations. This can include reviewing contract terms, monitoring vendor performance, and managing contract modifications.

Overall, project oversight services provide an independent and objective perspective on the progress of a project, ensuring that it stays on track and meets its objectives. By providing expertise, experience, and guidance, project oversight services can help organizations achieve their project goals efficiently and effectively.