Ensure that your project is on track.
Projects sidetracked by budgetary issues or costly change orders quickly become everyone’s problem. Our combination of processes, tools, and training not only ensures that your project comes in on schedule and budget but that opportunities for improvement are identified and seized.
The Journey Approach
Our project controls process scales to your project needs, maintaining a standardized core that is tailored to your project needs.
Cost and schedule optimization opportunities are everywhere, and we are primed to find and utilize these on your behalf.
Project controls tools coupled with data-driven, repeatable methodology equals projects that come in on time and on budget.
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The primary function of project controls is to provide both our client and project managers or engineers with the methods by which overall project execution can be organized, monitored, and delivered in relation to cost and schedule goals. It is the delivery of the right information to the right people at the right time, which results in data-driven decision making.
Our approach is based on methodology structured around Journey’s Quality Management System (QMS) that sets out the processes and procedures from project initiation to close-out. This approach ensures repeatable successes for projects of any size.
This allows us to approach each assignment with the confidence that we can deliver leadership, innovation, and project ownership to our clients.
An integral part of our multi-discipline engineering services and project support services, our Project Controls team specializes in the following related capabilities:
- Project Controls and Systems
- Engineering Manhour and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Estimates
- Capital Cost Estimates
- Planning and Scheduling
- Earned Value (EV) Progressing
- Risk Monitoring and Reporting
- Cost Management
- Change Management
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Related Project Controls Projects:
Cell 1B (MSW) Design and Construction
Western Regional Landfill Inc. (WRLI) has a beautiful new cell and the airspace required to meet their communities’ needs! With tight timelines for 2020 construction, we were thrilled to be selected as …Read More
CO2 Sales Stream FEED
This project is meant to recover a vented carbon dioxide (CO2) waste stream and turn it into a salable product. The design will compress the waste stream before liquifying and purifying the …Read More
Dam Cessation Project
A dam of this magnitude has never been put into cessation within Alberta. Although the regulations appear to be prescribed, the level of effort and detail appropriate for each requirement of the …Read More
Dam Safety Management
After changes in dam safety regulations in 2018, including the Alberta Dam and Canal Safety Directive, many brine pond berms that had not previously been considered dams became subject to regulatory dam …Read More
Disposal Facility Assessment & Valuation
Journey partnered with the Client to complete the full assessment, including due diligence on risks and economics of the current business and future solid waste disposal (a landfill) addition.Read More
Disposal Well Facility Pad and Surface Water Pond
Journey partnered with the Client to complete the civil work related to the development of a new water disposal facility. The work included design, procurementRead More
Engineered Water Storage Reservoir
To protect the environment and the fresh water being stored, a liner system was included in the design. The liners provide extra stability, eliminates erosion concerns, and protect the groundwater.Read More
Fort Saskatchewan Civil Works
Journey’s approach was to conduct a site inspection to record areas of concern, and then prioritize the areas in a Work Plan that the Client’s Operations staff could implement readily.Read More
Gas Gathering System for Helium Extraction
The Mankota gas gathering system consists of roughly 13 km of 6” pipeline, transporting raw gas from new well sites to an existing helium extraction plant. The project is located approximately 6 …Read More
Helium Enhancement Feasibility Study
Journey investigated the cost & feasibility of the installation of a helium liquefier in Western Canada. This front-end engineering and design (FEED) study began in July and finished the following month. The …Read More
Helium Recovery Facility – Detailed Design & Construction Support
The Journey team brings the right experience to the table, having a background in both cryogenic distillation and membrane helium facilities.Read More
Helium Recovery Facility – Front-End Engineering & Design
In the first phase, Journey partnered with the Client for initial scoping, design, and generating an AACE Class III cost estimate to achieve project sanction.Read More
Landfill Fill Plan
Landfill Operation teams are continually challenged to maximize cell capacity, maximize road infrastructure, minimize operating expenses, and maintain long-term environmental protection all the while providing a high level of customer service by …Read More
Landfill Financial Assurance, Closure, and Post-Closure
Journey has partnered with multiple Clients as part of the initial approval stage (greenfield landfill) or regulatory permit renewal process to complete the review, calculation, and Asset Retirement Obligation (ARO) submissions for …Read More
Landfill Optimization & Expansion
Journey partnered with the Client to provide engineering services for a Class II landfill. The first phase of the project was to review the current operation and aid in providing Best Practice …Read More
Landfill Temporary Cap
Journey partnered with the Client to engineer a cost-effective temporary cap system for a Class II landfill. The goal of the cap design was to reduce leachate production, improve waste stabilityRead More
Oil Blending Optimization
In order to protect Operations personnel from process upsets and maximize facility economics, a lean and practical solution was required. The Journey Team worked with the Client’s EngineeringRead More
Oil Blending Optimization Front-end Engineering & Design (FEED)
The client handles several hundred thousand barrels per day of crude oil and other hydrocarbon products through their Edmonton and Hardisty Terminals and is constantly looking to maximize oil blending opportunities. They …Read More
Rail Transloading Crude Oil & Butane
This project involved adding a track to the existing track system, including switches, lighting, grounding, grading, drainage, and protection for the undergrounds.Read More
Residential Site Grading
A residential landowner reached out to Journey and requested a significant topsoil volume on the property to aide in the future development of the property.Read More
Satellite Battery Upgrade
Our client required a practical, cost effective solution to maintain operations when their producing wells were left stranded by the suspension of two large gas plants in the area. The solutionRead More
South Wapiti Cell 5 Design and Construction
Journey was hired to create a new landfill cell to add new airspace, or capacity, to a landfill approximately 25 kms south of Grand Prairie, AB. This addition comprised of a liner …Read More
Willesden Green Cell 4
In 2018, the Client chose to partner with Journey Engineering (Journey) to perform Quality Assurance (QA) throughout the construction of Cell 4 at the Willesden Green Class II Landfill.Read More
Woodenhouse Landfill New Build
Journey was hired by the Client to design the Woodenhouse Landfill (Landfill) approximately 60 km north of Wabasca, Alberta. The Landfill was a new site which required not only the Cell 1 …Read More