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For companies either starting or in the middle of projects, we help with the planning, set up and execution. Specifically, we:

Determine project parameters/user requirements

Review portfolio of spaces and provide strategy for phasing expansions

Develop ROM costs and project budgets

Organize site evaluations

Develop scope of works and RFPs

Find, qualify and bid key providers (AE, GC, specialist contractors, major equipment suppliers)

Develop project tools, systems and processes

Diagnose and resolve project issues

Walk job sites and provide impartial, third party observations

Create overall Project Owner's schedule and execution plan


For companies needing advice or a second opinion, we can help review your strategies, plans or designs. Examples:

Best ways to structure contractor (or other project provider) contracts

How to accelerate your project schedule

Parse foreign business customs, standards and systems

Provide feedback on your initial project plan, strategy and designs

Attend OAC meetings and provide guidance/insights to project team

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For companies developing their internal project management or delivery capabilities, we can work with your teams. Examples:

Work 1:1 to overcome specific project issues

Train newer PMs on project management fundamentals


Start your project off strong

Case Study: Zymergen - Project & Process Set Up

Zymergen, Inc. is a fast growing startup in the field of machine learning, automation, and genomics.

Faced with the need to expand their headcount, lab, manufacturing, and office spaces simultaneously, Zymergen's small facilities group needed to scale up quickly to support the growth.

Crew Universal worked with Zymergen to develop tools and processes to support their incoming team members, all while helping in the definition, site evaluation, and planning for their new campus. We also developed the RFP and ran the bids for various design scopes of work. As their team expanded, Crew Universal facilitated the onboarding of new team members to the project, ensuring that they were up to speed on their roles.

Zymergen was able to seamlessly onboard their new personnel, as they expanded their facilities. They were left with the processes in place to handle their next expansion internally.

Get your project back on track

Case Study: Confidential Company - Project Snag

A San Francisco Bay Area personalized immunotherapy biotech company.

Three months after hand over by the general contractor, the company's new clean room kept failing its validation tests. This inability to pass performance qualifications and begin drug manufacturing was losing the company money every day.

Crew Universal was called in to assess and resolve the issues so the company could get their manufacturing operation back on track. We went back and traced the entire project, through planning, design, and construction to determine the root cause. Within a month, we had found an issue with the room air flows and had applied a solution.

The company was able to pass their test and begin drug production in their new facility.

Build in unknown territory

Case Study: Google - Brand new data center regions


Google set out to build multiple data centers across 6 continents simultaneously. While some of these countries had Google sales offices, many had no technical infrastructure in place. As such, the company was going to build in countries where it had no existing relationships with design and contracting resources.

Gim Crew was responsible for the design and construction of these data centers. Because Google was expanding new territories, she had to work quickly to establish relationships with with local professionals. She also had to build the project delivery infrastructure to ensure that contracts could be made across various borders, entities were in place to pay invoices, and that country specific regulations were met.

Google had new data centers across multiple countries within 18 months. This allowed them to rapidly deploy new Cloud regions globally.

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