Chavez-Grieves has extensive experience providing project management and design team management services for select clients, including Sandia National Laboratories, the State of New Mexico, the City of Albuquerque, General Mills, Intel Corporation, Pueblo of Isleta, and Los Alamos National Laboratories. Clients can trust that Chavez-Grieves has the experience and knowledge necessary to manage their more technical efforts while keeping stewardship of scope, aesthetics, cost, schedule and quality.
Examples of the firm’s project management experience include the National Security Sciences Building at Los Alamos National Labs and the Engineering and Architectural (EA) “Partnering” agreement with Sandia National Laboratories. Projects in the Sandia EA agreement included new building construction, building modifications, infrastructure upgrades, utility modifications/replacement, and site planning.
Our professional resources consist of four production team leaders, special subject matter experts, principals and experienced staff of structural engineers and designers. Our entire staff is multi-disciplined and has extensive experience in managing large, complex projects.
Our most successful project management attribute over the past decade has been our ability to multi-task the design process while providing real-time assessment of scope, cost and schedule. The life of a project from conception through construction documents is an extremely complex and dynamic process. When the added challenges of a fast-track schedule and a technically complex project are included, Chavez-Grieves has the staff and specific skill set to mitigate our clients risk, and increase the opportunity to have a more successful project.