Kenneth Carbonari AIA
How do you measure project success? There are the obvious answers: on budget, on schedule, inspirational design, fulfilling community needs. But what else is important to you? Does working with the local jurisdiction to ensure a harmonious relationship in your community matter? Isn’t it also important to smoothly navigate agency reviews and approvals, keeping activities on schedule? What about creating an environment of teamwork during the design and construction process that cultivates goodwill and a positive influence not only with tradespeople but also in your in-house teams?
As the Operations Lead for the Denver Office and a Project Manager at EYP, I focus on effective communication with clients, design team members, authorities having jurisdiction, and state agencies. I coach talented design teams who work tirelessly to understand your needs and implement solutions effectively and efficiently. My technical background helps me understand the construction process and work effectively with General Contractors to ensure positive outcomes in quality, schedule, and budget. One of our key clients recently called a cost-reduction effort for a large-scale project “a model to follow” – a happy client is success to me!
I look forward to understanding your ideas of project success and creating your “model to follow.”