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Project Management

It is not by accident that Continental became Chicago’s premiere electrical construction company. The reputation earned after more than a century of steady growth and satisfied customers is the result of a companywide commitment to deliver quality and professionalism to every aspect of the job.

Delivering quality and professionalism on a consistent basis requires careful planning and a measured approach to ensure each job is done on time and under budget. That responsibility rests with our project managers, who are responsible for managing all of the resources committed to a job. Their role — whether in budgeting, materials allocation, scheduling or team communications -- brings a significant valued added to our customers and gives Continental a competitive advantage.

Training to Prepare for Market Demands

Successfully managing electrical construction work requires more than a knowledge of the work itself. It takes an intimate understanding of what's needed in the industry. Our project managers are trained to apply the three critical skillsets — technical project management, leadership, and strategic and business management — to successfully oversee a job to its completion.

We provide project managers with state-of-the-art technology to properly track resources and expenses and support them with a field operations team that handles any kind of on-site emergency on a 24-hour basis and a warehousing system that can quickly deliver equipment and materials to the job site, thus avoiding lost time on the schedule.

Project Management

It is not by accident that Continental became Chicago’s premiere electrical construction company. The reputation earned after more than a century of steady growth and satisfied customers is the result of a companywide commitment to deliver quality and professionalism to every aspect of the job.

Delivering quality and professionalism on a consistent basis requires careful planning and a measured approach to ensure each job is done on time and under budget. That responsibility rests with our project managers, who are responsible for managing all of the resources committed to a job. Their role — whether in budgeting, materials allocation, scheduling or team communications -- brings a significant valued added to our customers and gives Continental a competitive advantage.

Training to Prepare for Market Demands

Successfully managing electrical construction work requires more than a knowledge of the work itself. It takes an intimate understanding of what's needed in the industry. Our project managers are trained to apply the three critical skillsets — technical project management, leadership, and strategic and business management — to successfully oversee a job to its completion.

We provide project managers with state-of-the-art technology to properly track resources and expenses and support them with a field operations team that handles any kind of on-site emergency on a 24-hour basis and a warehousing system that can quickly deliver equipment and materials to the job site, thus avoiding lost time on the schedule.