From planning to construction to long-term management.
PACE provides comprehensive Project Management…the right way.

For any project, big or small, Project Managers fill a critical role. During the construction phase not only do they coordinate and oversee the work of planners, engineers, architects, designers and contractors, but they must also be strategic planners, facilitators, problem solvers, negotiators, arbitrators, cost managers, and schedulers as well. They have to handle entitlements and permitting. 

Once they’ve delivered the project on time and on budget, they ease the transition into the facility and the on-going management of the property begins. 

And that is a whole different team of people, with a completely different set of skills, and a different world of critical required experience.

The team that can provide truly comprehensive Project Management is the team that is equally capable of exceptional service in everything from the planning and executing of a small tenant improvement, a build-to-suit facility, preparing due diligence for the staging of a facility to maximize its return in a sale. They must have the business acumen and the practical experience to manage necessary maintenance, repairs and tenant improvements effectively and efficiently on a facility that they know intimately, inside and out, because they built it.

From start to finish, the right Project Manager does all this and more. 


So how do you know the right one from the wrong one? It’s really fairly simple: look for the project manager that has earned a reputation for doing things the right way. 

And that will lead you to us.

For every project – regardless of size or complexity – we do each of these the right way:

  • Site selection and analysis
  • Program and design planning
  • Feasibility studies
  • Budgeting
  • Permitting and inspection oversight
  • Project scheduling
  • Project documents review
  • On-site contractor coordination
  • Quality control
  • Building code compliance review
  • Construction safety compliance
  • Cost control
  • Facility preparation for occupation
  • Facility maintenance and repairs
  • Tenant improvements