Integrated Document Management
EPCM-PSP’s Change Management methodology focuses on implementing and documenting successful organizational change. We use a variety of techniques, including specific change management activities, diagnosing gaps between where your workers are and where you would like them to be, developing corrective actions to help them progress effectively, and supporting their managers and supervisors. As a matter of course, we document all this activity in detail, generate useful reports, and organize it for easy access so the techniques can be quickly adjusted for greater efficiency and replicated for future use. Often, the document management process requires the addition and integration of client data, including historical records. If the client’s documentation is in paper form, our experience with porting libraries of technical documentation into electronic form can make the difference between the successful completion of the effort and the constant scramble looking for this valuable information.
Constant Project Updates
The integrated documentation management system is also very useful for generating constant project updates. A reporting and updating capability is built into our comprehensive suite of tools and the structure of our Shutdown, Turnaround and Outage estimating standards database. This capability enables our clients to execute projects with the highest degree of predictability; they always know where they are in their progress toward completion. Consequently, EPCM-PSP has become an international industry leader in providing process workflow and feedback consulting.
Comprehensive Suite of Tools
The backbone of our services is a comprehensive suite of proprietary tools for scheduling, planning and measuring work performance. The suite includes the PSP Planning Advantage Services package containing ‘Component-based Estimation,’ ‘Float-based Prioritization,’ and an STO database library. These tools can be combined to become parts of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) of incredible power.


01 Estimating
Estimating is one of the first steps in the lifecycle of a project and it requires much more than looking in a book to see how much something might cost. Effective estimating requires a thorough knowledge of labor requirements, material costs, durations, support resources , and logistics... Read more...

02 Planning & Scheduling
We recognize the value of project and program management is much more than assigning tasks and updating schedules. While most of our consultants are Project Management Professional, they bring with them the extra "return-on-experience" you will not find with your typical project manager. Read more...

03 Cost Engineering
Most companies tend to look at how much a project will cost as it progresses or how much a project will cost at its completion. EPCM-psp's cost engineer's build budgets that allow customers to see how much the project will cost before it starts. This cost is called the "baseline" and it is used to verify whether or not the project is progressing within budget through to its completion. Read more...

04 Management Services
In the ever-changing and challenging manufacturing industry there is a complex web of inter-dependant departments that need to be aligned to achieve the most efficient output of products. Many companies are segregated into independent silos that focus only on their specific task and can lose the vision of their 'link' in the chain. At EPCM-psp we understand that this tunnel vision can lead to major problems in miscommunication not only between departments within a facility but also with their customers and suppliers. Read more...

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