BSI integrates four important components of environmental project management — technical, legal or regulatory, community relations, and financial. While the complexity of a particular project determines the importance of each component, monitoring and periodic reevaluation remain necessary to keep a project on track. If a project becomes derailed, it is usually because one or more of these factors were not recognized as critical to its success.
Begin with the end in mind
BSI helps clients control project’s processes by developing a strategic framework with long-term strategies and objectives. Starting with a vision for the final remedy, we bring cost–effective, innovative technologies to bear with a constant focus on the long-term objectives.
BSI analyzes projects from the Owner's perspective. BSI's ability and strength are founded in the experience of our team members who spent years making these decisions as employees of Fortune 500 companies. Our hiring profile heavily weighs real world experience.
Building constructive relationships
Our integrated team approach to environmental project management is based on building partnerships. We believe that, to have a successful project, a constructive relationship must exist between the owner, the regulatory agency, the engineer, and the contractor. This allows development of common goals, invites innovative solutions, and effectively manages project risk.
Focus on results
The principals of BSI have achieved measurable results. For example, by implementing an integrated team approach with a large project in Ohio, our client was able to seize the initiative and renegotiate a closure plan which resulted in savings in excess of $10 million. On other projects, BSI introduced innovative approaches, such as thermophilic biological treatment and geostatistics that reduced the cost and risk of meeting long–term project objectives.