Project Control Inc. Announce New Management

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Project Control, Inc. has promoted Zac Johnson to lead a new effort to standardize our operations and processes and announces the addition of Chad Jones as the firm’s leader of their Public-Sector Construction Management division.

Johnson has been a critical part of our team since 2007 and is excited to be returning to his home State of Utah after managing healthcare projects in our California and Nevada office for the past three years. He has a proven record of managing complex projects and we now want him to share that expertise to bring standardization and continuity across all our offices in Utah, California, Arizona and Nevada as we continue to grow.

Jones has been successfully managing design and construction projects for 20 years with a particular focus on public projects. He has worked on projects nationwide with the Salt Lake City Public Safety Building being a notable local project. He started his career in architecture prior to getting a Master of Construction Management from BYU and switching to the owner’s representative side to assist building owners in navigating the complex process.


About Project Control:

In 1980, Project Control, Inc. (PCI) was created with the sole purpose to assist Owners in developing their projects. PCI began assembling a staff with specialized skills in both design and construction who could assist the Owner in being able to effectively manage the architect and contractor. PCI originated from a cost estimating company which has continued to provide the foundation for managing projects to their successful conclusion. We are a consultant technical staff to the owner in the careful management and coordination of the players required to develop a facility suitable to the owner’s requirements. Project Control, Inc. has successfully accomplished this with over $3.0 Billion in successful project contracts.

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