Tetra Tech offers comprehensive program management and owner’s representative services, combining our engineering, project management, and project controls expertise to ensure that our clients’ infrastructure projects are implemented successfully. Tetra Tech acts as a single point of contact and quickly and seamlessly integrates into our clients’ teams, representing the owner’s interests first and foremost. Our teams work on all sizes of individual projects and major programs involving multiple, diverse projects. Tetra Tech’s experience includes traditional delivery (design-bid-build) and the range of alternate delivery methods, including construction manager at risk, design-build, and build-operate-transfer.
Our first goal is to understand each project’s key performance metrics, which inform every decision throughout the project or program life cycle. This includes planning; design and development guidelines; design management; procurement services; risk management; project cost, schedule, and document controls; quality system management; value engineering; innovation and incentive management; safety programming; capacity building; and construction management.
We partner with our clients through all facets of the program and project planning and execution, ensuring full integration at all levels. Our proven systems, processes, tools, and skills enable us to provide real-time information and communicate with our clients from project inception through closeout. This level of commitment throughout the project builds and maintains constructive relationships that are crucial to project success. It helps us to better manage schedule, cost, and performance objectives.
Tetra Tech is renowned for our safety and quality programs—both crucial components of our program and project management services. Safety and quality managers ensure that customized plans are developed, implemented, and enforced for each program and project.
We can manage all aspects of construction projects, with a focus on improving schedule performance, controlling and reducing costs, minimizing risks, and ensuring quality construction.