Super Project Managers

Bridges Magazine, January/February 2007, Craig Finley, P.E.

A growing part of our firm·s workload is consulting on ongoing or completed bridge projects. We’re usually called in to help fix things that went wrong during the design and construction phases. For the vast majority of these projects, the main reason behind the failure was poor project management.

In baseball, they say you can never have enough pitching. In the design and construction industry, I believe you can never have enough good project managers (PMs). The PM is the single most important person on a major bridge project; he or she is the key to success. Read more… 

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