Project Management

  • Our management team boasts decades of industrial critical path project management, constructability, cost control, planning and scheduling, quality assurance/ quality control, and mechanical execution experience.
  • Project Management strives to provide cost efficient, professional, quality, and above all, safely executed projects from the preliminary budget estimate through oil in.
  • Our front end constructability evaluation of plans and schedules (for both existing planning and GMTS planning) dedicates itself to finding the so-called “snakes in the grass” before they become a direct cost or downtime complication.
  • Our QA/ QC systems and programs have been developed using the latest technological advances in NDT techniques as well as tried and true industry best practices. We carry both ASME “U” and NBIC “R” stamp.

Meet our Team

Keenan Sain

Keenan has extensive knowledge in turnarounds from constructability through execution. In over 20 years, he has learned from some of the very best in the industry in the areas of management, attention to detail, communication, and teamwork. Starting at the helper position, Keenan worked his way up to boilermaker, welder, rigger, and in supervision from foreman to senior project manager. With a relentlessly competitive spirit, he strives to find new time and cost savings for all projects. Keenan’s knowledge of planning safety into a complex schedule has allowed his team to consistently perform aggressive turnarounds with zero safety incidents. This planning ability also encourages effective quality controls from timely package reporting and sign-offs, to leak free start-ups. His team is rarely matched in knowledge, character, and tenacity while knowing that self-promotion is never worth demeaning another individual or company.

Nathan Dagley

Nathan has 10 years engineering experience in the petrochemical turnaround and critical path project industry. His passion drives him to create the most efficient and safe methods for executing critical path activities from heavy lift cranes and rigging to constructability engineering. Nathan enjoys working in the field with the craftsmen who actually bring these designs to life. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Texas A&M University’s Dwight Look College of Engineering.

Ken Kelch

Brandon Berryhill