Project Management

HAZMED takes the risk out of construction projects through careful integration, scheduling, quality assurance, and cost controls. We know how to manage all aspects of the most complex projects from engineering and procurement to construction and completion.

  •  We focus on the overall picture, establish priorities, and coordinate activities to deliver high-quality projects safely, on time, and within budget.
  • HAZMED project management tools are based on Project Management Institute (PMI) methods.
  • We work with our clients to define, plan, implement, and integrate every aspect of each project.
  • When managing an entire multi-disciplinary program, our service improves timing, reduces cost, and maintains high quality.
  • Our client benefits from a single point of management responsibility for planning, design management, permitting compliance, construction management, and ongoing operational services.

Our Project Management services are:

  • Permitting Compliance
  • Quality Assurance including Site Inspections
  • Safety Management
  • Independent Government[JS1] Estimates (IGEs)
  • Construction Modifications
  • Review of As-Built Control Documents
  • Tracking and Scheduling
  • Cost Estimating and Analysis
  • Database Management

Highlights:

Construction Quality Assurance Inspections
Cost and Technical Proposal Analysis
Safety Management and Support
Re-designing of Construction Plans
Review of Manuals and As-Built Drawings
Independent Government Cost Estimates
Administration and Information Support

Construction Quality Assurance Inspections
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
HAZMED auditors conducted quality assurance inspections of levee construction, pump station installation, and transportation relocation for flood control construction projects near Ste. Genevieve, MO (southeast of St. Louis) on the Mississippi River.

Cost and Technical Proposal Analysis
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
HAZMED prepared independent government cost estimates for the evaluation of cost proposals for the renovation of the Ft. Campbell Environmental Division Forestry Building and reviewed cost and technical proposals for the Ft. Campbell Central Energy Plant upgrade.

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Safety Management and Support
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
HAZMED safety engineers participated in construction safety meetings, reviewed and commented on meeting minutes, conducted safety inspections, and assisted field construction representatives on safety issues in support of the Ft. Campbell Resident Office.

Re-designing of Construction Plans
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
HAZMED engineers led a team of USACE architects, engineers, and CADD technicians in redesigning a Ft. Campbell building renovation. The original renovation plans would have removed load-bearing walls and caused a collapse of the attic space above the office. The redesign was functional within the original budget.

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Review of Manuals and As-Built Drawings
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
As a close-out activity, HAZMED engineers reviewed operation and maintenance manuals and as-built drawings for completeness and accuracy in the installation of surface and underground tank systems at Ft. Campbell.

Independent [JS2] Government Cost Estimates
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
HAZMED cost engineers prepared independent government cost estimates to evaluate contractor cost proposals for the renovation of the Ft. Campbell Environmental Division Forestry Building.

Administrative and Information Management Support
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
HAZMED managed data and communication functions, assisted in recoveries from operational failures, developed system procedural instructions, oriented users, and generally maintained system files. Our International Standards Organization (ISO)-registered auditor helped the client prepare for a quality audit.

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