Project Management

LGL project managers have expertise in:

  • Day-to-day management and administration of LGL service contracts
  • Acting as lead consultants on multi-disciplinary environmental studies
  • Serving as project managers on behalf of third parties such as Government and First Nations

Our philosophy regarding project management incorporates:

  • Early communication to ensure a full understanding of the client's needs
  • Preparation of realistic work plans and budgets
  • Frequent communication with the client and among members of the project team
  • Ongoing monitoring of project progress
  • Early identification of project problems and solutions
  • Timely reporting
  • Working within budget

Some recent examples of significant project management work include:

  • Continuous management of the fisheries research and assessment programs on coastal British Columbia for the Nisga'a Nation since the early 1990s
  • Management and coordination of Gray Whale research in the western Pacific Ocean
  • Project management and administration for the Fraser River Conservation Society
  • Coordination and facilitation of the Canada – South Pacific Ocean Development (C‑SPOD II) Program on behalf of the Canadian International Development Agency
  • Coordination or management of treaty negotiations and associated land and resource related programs on behalf of First Nations in northern British Columbia
  • Management of a multidisciplinary team to review the state of knowledge of marine and shoreline areas in the Queen Charlotte Basin in coastal British Columbia
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