The process of remediation management is providing solutions and oversight to remediation projects. Whether the involvement is managing initial project scope, cost estimating or assessing circumstances that may result in negative consequences to remediation projects, having and implementing a proper management plan is critical.
Ensuring compliance with all aspects of the remediation plan is necessary to make sure work procedures are conforming with national and industry standards along with federal, state or local laws where applicable. Restoration project management includes all phases of the restoration process. Whether the project is a result of natural disaster, water loss, mold event or other environmental issues, the benefits of having the right management team allows for both timely and cost effective completion of all projects.
Generally, there are multiple entities involved in a remediation project including building owners, insurance, contractors and city/state representatives.