S&P is pleased to announce the launch of Prolégo (prolego-cs.com), a new full-service project and program management company that provides predictive analytics to ensure that client resources and expectations are aligned through every phase of a construction project.
Prolégo offers a more predictable building process – from planning to completion – for better, more cost-efficient outcomes. By applying proprietary technology to monitor project progress and track changes tied to real-time cost data, the company offers a means to accurately predict outcomes so they can be planned for and measured accurately.
“By leveraging our construction expertise, owner’s perspective and the proven construction industry technology software standard, Assemble, which our team developed, Prolégo offers clients peace of mind through predictability,” adds George A. Pontikes, Founder and CEO of S&P. “Whether for one project or an entire building program, Prolégo experts become the client’s advocate by measuring everything that matters in the process, including materials, labor, productivity, and results versus goals.”
Services provided by Prolégo encompass the three phases of construction management: planning, management and consultation. Within the company’s planning offerings are owner representation, long-range capital as well as bond program planning. Services during the management phase include project and program management as well as construction management as agent. Prolégo’s consulting services include facility assessment, project controls, staff augmentation, MWBE/HUB consulting and executive advisory service.
Prolégo’s services already are demonstrating measurable value to clients. Client success stories include the Houston Airport System, Klein ISD, the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and Spring Branch ISD.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Satterfield & Pontikes, Prolégo is currently led by building industry veteran Russ Wallace as its Senior Program Executive. Wallace has more than 40 years of experience in the architectural and construction management industry, most notably for the Texas A&M University System Office of Facilities Planning & Construction where he was Chief Facilities Officer. Previously, he was Director of Facilities Design & Construction for the Clear Creek Independent School District.
“As the building process has become increasingly sophisticated, there are an incredible number of puzzle pieces that have to fit together seamlessly,” says Wallace. “What we know is that when we monitor work in place versus plan in place, we can address any possible issues early in the process, and work more efficiently via quantifiable data. If we can predict outcomes, we can plan for them.”
The Prolégo team has deep expertise in the higher education, K- 12 education, aviation, commercial, governmental and healthcare sectors. In addition to Wallace, the company’s leadership includes John Marshall, Senior Vice President, Education; Matt Daniel, Corporate Vice President; Matt Russel, Vice President, Program Manager; Mark Dinius, Director of Technology; and Amanda Graham, Director of Business Development.