Project Management

Our project managers partner with you to keep your project ON TIME, ON SCHEDULE, and of the HIGHEST QUALITY.



At e-VANS we specialize in project management. Our broad footprint of experience and knowledge includes 80+ combined years of projects including civil engineering and construction, telecommunications, IT/IS, education/research, infrastructure, commercial, industrial, transportation, and provincial/municipal government projects.


At e-VANS we align our project management methodology with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and add extra value through our e-VANS enhancements in each phase of your project:


  • Establishing PMO
    (Project Management Office)
  • Planning / Project Charters
  • Scope Management
  • Scheduling
  • Budgeting
  • Quality Control
    Cost Controls / Quantity Surveying
  • Project Controls / Progress Reporting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Communications
  • Risk Strategies and Procedures
  • Procurement
  • Commissioning and Testing



  • e-VANS Project Management MethodologyOpen or Close

    At e-VANS, our Project Management Methodology goes beyond industry standards to provide the best value-added service for your project. Our project managers are certified by the Project Management Institute and employ many value-added techniques including:


    Issues Logs: These logs are used to proactively communicate status and resolution of key issues, which ensures clarity within the project team.


    Decision Logs: The logs formally track the decision process and document key project agreements. They help project teams to avoid revisiting previously-resolved issue and to quickly bring new personnel up to speed. 


    Project Status Reporting: The project manager should be aware of all key issues as they happen, long before preparing the status report. Status reporting should be completed by the project manager or delegated resources on regular, predetermined intervals and should take up no more than 10% of the project manager’s time.


    Steering Committee: Every project should have some form of Steering Committee to guide key strategic decisions. The project owner, executive sponsor, and/or the key stakeholders participate in the steering committee.


    RACI Charts: These charts define who is Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed (RACI) for each project element. The charts are helpful for defining roles and responsibilities as the basis for project communications.


    Effective Meetings: Effective meetings should include an invitation sent by the chair with an objective, agenda, list of attendees, date, time, location and logistics. They are followed with timely minutes with assigned action items and due dates.


    Lessons Learned: We believe it is important to document the lessons learned in each project for the benefit of the project team members and the owner's organization as they work on similar projects in the future.

  • Our Project Management ExperienceOpen or Close

    Engineering and Construction

    North Light Rail Transit (NLRT) Extension

    City of Edmonton

    • Preliminary engineering
    • Systems integration
    • Commissioning and testing


    South Light Rail Transit (SLRT) Extension

    City of Edmonton

    • Design and construction of two stations
    • Design and construction of the maintenance facility
    • Design and implementation of all communications systems
    • Project controls and master scheduling
    • Design and construction of all power systems
    • Systems integration
    • Commissioning and testing


    Flood Relief Program

    Government of Alberta

    • Engineering services for the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC)
    • Design and construction of six temporary neighborhoods (for approximately 4000 residents)
    • Inspection, engineering, and reconstruction of damaged houses for two First Nations communities


    High Voltage Electric Systems Design and Construction

    Sinai Engineering c/o Transalta and Suncor


    Boyle Renaissance Phase II Apartment Design and Construction

    Métis Capital Housing Corporation (MCHC)


    Management Consulting

    Administrative Processes and Systems Enhancement Program



    MicroSystems Technology Research Initiative (MSTRI)

    University of Alberta


    Five- Year Academic Review Report

    University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension