TDG.Earth projects are planned to be a complex and highly sustainable series of projects that incorporate specialized buildings, infrastructure, and products which possess many sources of risk for delivery and facility operations. Our team will establish an Executive Program Management Office (ePMO) for each of our projects which will provide the organization and management structure to effectively deliver and more importantly, operate the system.
Functions of the ePMO
The ePMO is led by five functional groups:
•Executive Team: Ensures project performance, meets regularly with the project executive committee to report progress, oversees each other functional group of the ePMO, oversees that the project program is established and executed properly. Project strategy and performance are the key focus areas of this group.
•Administrative Office: Responsible for contracts and procurement, communications, public relations, stakeholder management, accounting and billing, IT support, human resources and day to day administration activities. Apart from supporting the ePMO activities, this group also severs a critical role in engaging third parties outside the ePMO, ensuring the project is addressing the priorities of partners, project stakeholders, the surrounding community, and local supply chain.
•Project Controls and Central Technology Office: Responsible for project oversight of cost/budget, schedule/production, quality control, document control, and risk management. A critical component of the controls office is the Central Technology office, which oversees, implements and supports project technology. This will ensure best in class delivery of Building Information Modeling (BIM), integrated project data, leverage the power of smart buildings/facilities, and deliver a highly valuable digital asset for project operations.
•Health, Safety and Environmental: Develops safety plans, safety audits and reports, safety training programs, monitors environmental impact of the project, and ensures compliance with regulatory agencies. The health and well-being of workers, public, and surrounding environment is a critical focus for this project.
•Design/Construction/Operations Delivery: Oversees the development of all design phases, construction and installation, and Facility Operations, ensuring alignment with project requirements and seamless transition from one stage to the next. Each major component of the project design will have a lead manager who is a specialist in that field of design and construction and be engaged through design and construction of the project.