PCM Oil and Gas

Surface transfer project management - PCM services

Highly professional project management and coordination are vital for delivering contracts that involve multiple parties: sub-suppliers, contractor, end user, third party inspectors and certifying body. Project schedule is of the essence for an Engineering company. 

PCM has set up a mirror engineering organisation to accompany EPC customers and keep control of the project delivery. One Project Manager is assigned to each project with an expert team. PCM provides customers with a unique project management support to obtain any configuration adapted to a specific installation, meeting project specific challenges and operator’s own asset standards.

PCM project management service

Project management

 An efficient project delivery through :

  • A well structured and project management organisation with single point customer contact
  • Project management tools
  • Regular status reporting
  • A multi-discipline team

A multi-discipline team

PCM benefits from a high technical expertise and a strong culture of service. A dedicated team answers our customers’ requests with a unique project management support. One Project Manager is assigned to each project encompassing all the technical expertise of the group :

  • Engineering
  • Procurement
  • Manufacturing
  • Logistics
  • QHSE and documentation

Technical documentation

Technical documentation constitutes a major part of the project and requires a dedicated and rigorous organisation to ensure on-time release.

Engineering documentation and final Vendor Data Book (Manufacturing Record Book and Instruction and Operation Manual) are issued according to contractual schedule.


Project management also includes multiple third party inspection coordinated by PCM for certification, factory acceptance test and site acceptance test. Our products are consistently tested before shipping using state of the art industrial equipment.

Purchase order tracking

To help you optimize your logistics, we provide regular reporting on outstanding orders. The reports include detailed logistical information about the order status, from manufacturing through to delivery at the agreed location.