What does it look like to combine 35 years of engineering project expertise with human-centered design thinking practices? Oceanit’s approach to Construction Management is methodical and thorough, keeping our clients’ requirements and the end-users’ needs in mind.

By incorporating principles of Design Thinking into our construction management work, we address active problems while also seeking and understanding client pain points before issues arise, to help facilitate increased communication, productivity, and harmony throughout our projects.


Oceanit’s engineers and construction managers work closely with our clients to understand their needs and desired outcomes for projects. We also identify stakeholders early in the project to determine their expectations and work with them throughout the duration of the project. Our mission is to maintain project timelines while addressing human-centered needs.

Our team employs a practiced approach to construction management, following the Project Management Institute (PMI) process which includes project initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, and closing of the project. We begin by creating a Total Quality Management document to ensure that our projects are completed on time and on budget and meets or exceeds the client’s goals and expectations. We also create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to accomplish project objectives and complete all project deliverables on time as well as a Responsibility Assignment Matrix to manage the completion of tasks.

Our team holds a Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute.