Return to service - Program and project management

As program management operations begin or resume in the new normal, and construction sites become active once again, owners are facing unprecedented return-to-operations challenges. New safety procedures often indicate a possible need for renewed program planning and program reassessment to avoid cost and schedule impacts.

These activities may include project re-prioritization, reassessment of the program risk analysis and risk mitigation strategies, and schedule adjustments associated with revised construction durations and sequencing.

Managing capital programs during a pandemic also comes with a new measure of success: safely guiding the delivery of projects in a pandemic environment. Employees and contractors must adhere to program-specific, local, state and federal COVID-19-related safety guidelines. AECOM program managers keep pace with these ever evolving guidelines, and facilitate the establishment and implementation of procedures for various program participants, to assist in overseeing safety compliance.

We have the expertise and technologies to rapidly provide a program assessment to help our clients achieve program goals. From a reassessment of the initial risk analysis and mitigation strategies, to safety planning and remote inspections, our professionals can help you navigate this new normal.

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