Projects occur for many reasons. Most of them planned, budgeted and fitted into the businesses work plan to cause minimum disruption to core activities. Occasionally they are unplanned, sudden changes caused by fire, flood, business transition, etc. which need to be fitted in at short notice while limiting the disruption. Their successful conclusion often requires managerial, technical and/or resources that would cause overstressing of existing skill resources, if they exist, or may not readily be available within a business.
Alnwick Project Delivery, Inc. (Alnwick) specializes in bring those managerial, professional, technical and soft skills needed to assist and guide the business in getting through the project as efficiently and effectively as possible. This allows the In-House management team to continue with their day jobs, while allowing them oversight of the project and its delivery.
The role is usually referred to as an Owner’s Representative, here we illustrate some of Alnwick’s Owner’s Rep successes.
Ardsley Country Club
Ardsley-on-Hudson, New York
A catastrophic fire rendered the building unusable. However, the Club saw the silver lining in this calamity and used the opportunity to significantly expand their space and facilities offered to Club members. This required developing two designs to satisfy the insurance carrier's needs.
The Crown Jewels Exhibition, HM Tower of London
From concept through closeout, the restoration and upgrade of the Waterloo Building included a new display for the English Crown Jewels and was completed to budget and a preset opening date. Undisturbed visitor access to the old exhibition was provided during construction while maintaining environmental conditions for the artifacts and State-of-the-art security.
The Museum of Modern Art
New York, New York
In multiple construction phases, New York's favorite Museum has provided greater and improved visitor experiences since its 2004 reopening.
The Joseph Bruno Trust
Queens, New York
After the fire, the debris needed to be cleared out under ACM rules causing some delay to rebuilding. The Trust used the opportunity to design a building fit to serve this area's up-and-coming status.
KEN PERCY is Owner and CEO of Alnwick
He has a successful professional career in senior management positions on World Class cultural, commercial, transportation and government facility projects. Ken has developed of Alnwick Project Delivery, Inc. to understand each “whole project” and its requirements thus enabling its successful delivery. He brings those managerial, professional, technical and soft skills needed in earlier premier project to each new Owner’s Representative role that Alnwick now undertakes
This includes any and/or all of our cost-effective end-to-end, concept and development to project close-out, Services.