Project Management

In addition to select projects being managed by Canco officers, the company employs five Project Managers who  are responsible for the estimating and construction of Canco projects.  Two of those Project Managers work with projects that include Varco Pruden Steel Building systems with the others handling both conventional as well as steel building projects.

Based on the complexity and demands of individual projects, Project Managers may be responsible for one to as many as three or four individual projects at the same time.

Project Superintendents report to the assigned Project Managers with both directing their efforts at project scheduling, cost and quality control as well as client satisfaction. The seven full time superintendents are monitored by General Superintendent Larry Braymore, a ten-year Canco employee.

A considerable portion of the compensation paid to salaried employees is based upon their meeting the Company’s Commitment To Client Satisfaction.

The average Canco Project Manager has been with the company more than five years and has over twenty years of experience in the construction industry.

 Superintendents and Foreman

Canco employs  four project superintendents with a combined total of almost 100 years of construction experience and an average length of employment with the company of more than six years.

Canco also employees a steel building crew as well as demolition, carpentry, and clean up people.

All the project superintendents, project managers and foremen are in constant communication via cellular phones and lap top computers.

Project superintendents are generally responsible for one project at a time however there are occasions when they may be involved with smaller projects spreading their time and efforts between two or more individual projects.

Superintendents and foremen are responsible for onsite progress, cost and quality control as well as adherence to the Company Safety Program and all OSHA regulations.