Services: Program Management,
Cost Estimating, Scheduling
U.S. Department of Energy
Office of Environmental Management Headquarters
Program Management Services
Since 2007, PT&C has provided continuous program and project management support to help the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management (EM) optimize performance on numerous construction, decommissioning, and remediation projects across the EM complex. PT&C provides a wide range of management support services to EM clients, and supports activities such as developing and evaluating project cost estimates, performance baselines and associated work breakdown structure elements, schedules, and lessons learned documents to improve performance across the various projects.
In addition to supporting site-specific capital projects, PT&C provides program-wide management support at the headquarters level. Working with EM’s Office of Project Assessment, PT&C assists the DOE in analyzing, evaluating, and reporting project data on the capital asset project portfolio. This analysis includes identification of potential risks that could impact successful completion of projects to meet cost and schedule goals.
PT&C supports federal project teams by reviewing the status of existing risks, identifying emerging risks, reviewing mitigation strategies, and identifying closed risks during monthly review meetings. PT&C also updates the contingency draw-down schedule, tracks re-emerging risks, documents lessons learned from closed and realized risks, and performs risk management surveillance.