Energy Project Management

Our experienced leadership and wide range of services allow us to meet and exceed client requirements for project deliverables, schedule deadlines and budgets. EnSiteUSA manages all phases of a project, including conceptual planning, design, construction and placement of the facility in service.

Our energy project management capabilities include:


  • Project Definition and Work Scope Development
  • Project Execution Planning
  • Safety Management
  • Scheduling
  • Budget Development and Cost Control
  • Quality Management and Assurance
  • Contract Administration
  • Construction Management
  • Document Control

Energy Project Control

Project control is an integral part of EnSiteUSA’s project management services. Project control functions include budget preparation for the entire scope of a given project, planning for the required versus available resources, and regular reporting of project progress in relation to the project plan. Within the project control area is our quality management function, which assures that all work completed goes through periodic audits and reports to meet SOP specifications for us and our clients.

Our energy project control policy includes:

  • Project Scheduling and Planning
  • Budget and Cost Control
  • Construction Data Collection
  • Construction Progress Tracking
  • Project Status Reports
  • Resource Planning
  • Contract Cost Tracking
  • Contractor Schedule Tracking
  • Change Orders
  • Close Out Documentation

Planning & Studies

EnSiteUSA offers planning and feasibility studies for every stage of a client’s project. Drawing on decades of engineering, design and operating knowledge and experience, we help our clients develop their ideas and identify new opportunities for business.

Our planning and study capabilities include:

  • Feasibility Studies
  • Capital Cost Estimates
  • Operational Cost Estimates
  • Conceptual Design
  • Flow Analysis
  • GPS System Inventories
  • Facility Audits and Evaluations
  • Management Support
  • Tariff and Hydraulic Studies
  • Permitting Studies

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