Project Management and Strategy Development

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Project Management Services

Project Management can be defined as the discipline of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific criteria for success. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints and timeline.

Our project management services include the following:

Assessment of Project

An honest and realistic assessment of project feasibility, potential areas for failure, and the development of strategies for success.

Primary Point of Contact

Primary point of contact for all communication and coordination between parties, including

  • Our client
  • Governmental agencies
  • Professional service providers, such as engineers and architects
  • Third parties, such as
    • Real estate agents
    • Buyer/sellers of property
    • Neighbors
    • Mineral rights owners/lessees
    • Utility service providers

Project Timeline

Development of a Project Timeline, which outlines

  • Project goals
  • Constraints
  • Milestones  
  • Deadlines
  • Critical path tasks

Strategy Development Services

Many other potential issues that may come up in the course our research. The success or failure of a development project can depend on a wide variety of issues, including:

Financial Feasibility

Politics and Public Opinion

Market Demand

Regulatory and Permitting Processes

Fluctuation in the Economy

How Strategy Development Can Help

We assist our clients in developing a comprehensive approach for project success while also taking into account the risk associated with various strategies.

Our customized Strategy Development process can address any of the following:

  • Navigating the regulatory environment, including land development and permitting processes
  • Public communication strategies, including neighborhood meetings, public presentations, and communication with public officials
  • Presentations to regulatory bodies, including Planning and Zoning Commissions, Historic Landmark Commissions, Economic Development Boards, and City Councils
  • Risk assessment and customized strategies to minimize project, financial, or political risk/exposure
  • Development of strategies to navigate sensitive political environments or strong public opinion
  • Strategies to successfully negotiate incentive packages, real estate acquisitions, or unclear regulatory processes