Capital Asset project planners provide consistent project management and oversight and have many responsibilities that vary with each type of project and with each type of contract.
Project supervision and advocacy does not stop with the planning or design phases of a project but rather is continued by the Capital Asset staff through construction and commissioning.
Diligent management ensures that the City’s best interests are met through project goals and objectives. This is achieved through detailed management of budgets, schedules, quality assurance, construction compliance, contracts, vendors and the defense of the public interests.
Capital Asset staff members link public interests with City Council directives from the commencement of planning and design through completion of construction and turnover of public facilities.