Capital Project Management
In today’s financial and business environments, executives are challenged to bolster their competitive capabilities and ensure that every dollar spent on a capital project delivers value.
Too often these projects are fraught with change orders because of poor scope development, vague vendor proposals, and insufficient upfront planning. When well-executed, capital projects prepare businesses for smooth running operations and future growth.
Integrated Project Management Company, Inc. (IPM) helps clients improve their capital infrastructure and relocate operations when current equipment, buildings, and systems are outdated or not producing optimal results. IPM’s professional project management consultants provide an objective third party perspective to represent your organization’s best interest. We drive activities throughout the duration of your project and mitigate risks in order to maintain tight control over scope, cost, quality, and time.
IPM’s professional project management approach to capital projects ensures stakeholder involvement, minimal disruption to ongoing business, and maximum productivity.
IPM supports capital improvements on a variety of scales, from reconfiguring a section of a warehouse, to accommodating new equipment, to serving as an owner’s representative for new facility construction. IPM creates and executes a detailed plan and schedule to implement your project through commissioning of the upgraded or new asset.
Thinking about opening a new site but not convinced it’s in your best interest or confident in the location? IPM completes a strategic analysis of operations and recommends the most efficient and cost effective option. Once a decision has been made, IPM creates and executes a detailed roadmap to transition you to your new facility. By diligently planning each phase of your relocation, we ensure on-time equipment installation and a ready and functional work environment for transitioning personnel.
Types of Capital Projects include:
- Plant, warehouse, and distribution center capacity and capability expansion
- Capital program management
- Company consolidation and integration
- Equipment and system installations and upgrades
- Space planning and physical relocation