The philosophy of project management is simply managing a project from conception to completion. It sounds simple, but the process contains many elements. Each project manager must have an intimate knowledge of the particular discipline involved for each project.
They must show strong signs of applicable experience and training. Each manager must be skilled in human interaction and be able to negotiate with various persons from different areas of each job. Ultimately the project manager is responsible for the delivery of the mechanical system to the owner as it is designed.
Phil has ten years experience in plumbing and mechanical installations in the field with the last six of those years as Foreman. He leads the pre-constuction services and also serves as Senior Estimator and Project Manager. He has been with Streets since 1984.
In 1977, Lanny began his career with Streets. He became Bureau of Apprenticeship Training (BAT) certified in 1981 and began his tenure as a Foreman in 1981. He has managed mechanical crews in excess of 25 men and has had the responsibility of interfacing with the entire project management team. Upon completion of numerous short courses associated with the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters he has developed excellent people skills associated with the mechanical industry.
Richard has been a licensed Plumbing and Mechanical Journeyman since 1985. His work experience has ranged from residential to Oklahoma City’s tallest building. Starting in 1998 with Streets, Richard has either managed or installed numerous projects. Jobs of interest are the Phillips Visitors Center at the Governor’s Mansion and the Anheuser Busch Metal Container plant expansion in Oklahoma City, and the Comanche Red River Casino in Randlett, OK. Two larger projects include Great Plains Regional Medical Center in Elk City, OK and the Devon World Headquarters office building in downtown Oklahoma City.