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What Can a Program Manager Do?

An experienced Construction Program Management firm acts as the owner's representative and can assume many of the responsibilities and decision-making that traditionally would fall onto the owner's shoulders. Here are just a few examples.
  • We can act as the single source for gathering and disseminating information on the construction project, including Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to architects, engineers, and general contractors.
  • We can help owners' select contractors and vendors by providing an expert, objective opinion.
  • We can review grant applications and project plans to ensure that the plans are stable before funding is administered to contractors.
  • We can aid in "closing out" a construction project by providing an unbiased opinion during claims resolution.
These are just a sampling of tasks that our clients have entrusted to Thomas & Williamson—so they dedicate time and energy to work and life outside the project.

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Thomas & Williamson Program Management
3270 Babcock Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
(412) 630-9416 · (412) 630-9425 Fax