TIME / SCHEDULE

The project will be accomplished on schedule.

BUDGET / COST

The original project scope will be accomplished at or under an established, reasonable budget.

SCOPE / PROGRAM

The project will accomplish what was agreed upon and outlined in the Program, OPR, or similar pre-design definition of scope.

QUALITY & FUNCTIONALITY

The end product will exhibit high quality workmanship and aesthetics, will function as envisioned, and will be cost effective for long term operation and maintenance.

SUSTAINABILITY

We will meet or exceed energy efficiency goals and attain the desired green rating certification while supporting the University’s sustainability goals.

GOALS & PURPOSE

The PDC Project manager will understand your needs as communicated and will work efficiently to meet your goals while supporting a long-term vision for campus growth and development.

CONFIDENCE

The project will be on track to meet or exceed its goals.

EFFICIENCY

Time will be spent on tasks proportional to the value gained by accomplishing those tasks.

TOOLS/RESOURCES

The processes employed on the project will support the creation of a meaningful and useful product and help achieve project goals.

TEAM ENGAGEMENT

All project team members will be actively and meaningfully engaged in the project as necessary to accomplish the programmed tasks and goals.

CLIENT ENGAGEMENT

The client will be welcomed to be actively and meaningfully engaged in the project as appropriate.

ENJOYMENT / PRIDE

The process will be enjoyable and the team will be proud of their creation.

INTEGRITY & ETHICS

All participants will be satisfied by the fact that the project was developed in a fully transparent & authentic manner by ethical professionals who acted with the best interests of the project and University in mind.

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