A capital project represents a major investment of an owner’s resources. Whether the owner is a private corporation, a public agency or an individual, the stakes are the same for all entities contemplating a building project—identify program and needs, develop scope, establish design and engineering criteria, reconcile design with cost, establish cost feasibility and control budget, develop schedule parameters, manage the flow and assets of the team, (designers, engineers, contractors, vendors, commissioning agents), to the benefit of the owner’s budget and vision.
KEOUGH is a proven expert in managing and controlling the stakeholders on a capital project. We understand how the different parts of the process fit together. Waste, excessive cost and delays can result from poor coordination and communication among specialists. By representing the viewpoints of the owners, KEOUGH focuses its attention on stakeholder project management to evoke the best from various specialists including planners, architects, engineering consultants, constructors, fabricators, material suppliers, financial analysts and others.
KEOUGH supports the owner with a proven and experienced management team led by a Project Executive and Senior Estimator among other team members who will engage and work directly with the diverse team. KEOUGH delivers a clear understanding of the “overall” process in order to maintain firm control of the quality, timeliness and cost of the capital project.