All Systems Go
Henkels & Mccoy's PMO Ensures Its Infrastructure Projects Will Support Communities For Years To Come
Electricity. Gas. The internet. If energy and communication technologies are the lifeblood of modern societies, then infrastructure—vast networks of pipes and wires—is the backbone, ensuring steady supplies and services. Engineering and construction companies like Henkels & McCoy (H&M) build that backbone. H&M’s project portfolio, worth nearly US$3 billion, spans the power, energy and communications sectors. The company’s project management office (PMO), created in 2004, helps keep all of its initiatives on track. With a focus on operational excellence, the PMO drives growth, says Bob Moore, operations vice president, H&M, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, USA. The company’s annual revenue has more than tripled since 2005.
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