How to Keep Your Project Budget In The Black
Over the past two months, we’ve tackled communication and scheduling. For the third and final installment in our project management series, we’re addressing the not-so-invisible elephant in the room: budgets.
“One of the biggest things I have to take into account in making decisions is what it’s going to cost everyone,” explains Nick Foster, a senior project manager at Trinity Power. Determining what those costs will be, and the... read more >
Project Managers in Your Industry Are Succeeding With These Timeline Tools
Nothing can overshadow an otherwise successful project like a later-than-anticipated completion date. With all the moving pieces involved in a project, it’s not always possible to avoid going overtime, but luckily, there are a number of tools and strategies that make sticking to the timeline a much more achievable goal.
In the last article in our project management series, we covered communication: the vital role it plays in project mana... read more >
Winter Is Coming: Is Your Business Prepared?
Fall has arrived, which means winter is close behind. But while we anticipate the start of hockey season and ski season, there’s another season that business owners need to keep in mind: storm season.
Snowstorms, wind storms and flooding caused by excess rain are some of the things that winter brings, and having an emergency plan in place is the key to avoiding the often heavy losses that these events can incur.
Last November, we pu... read more >
Trinity works with Catalyst Paper to Pump Water Into Cowichan River
Drought is a word that elicits fear from fishermen and farmers alike, but the effects of drought extend far beyond those realms. The pulp and paper industry, with its heavy reliance on water, is particularly vulnerable to the effects of drought.
It was no different this past summer for Catalyst Paper’s Crofton Mill, in the Cowichan Valley. Because of the dry summer conditions that the valley has experienced over the past two years, the... read more >
Shutdowns 101: Planning and Response
Loss of time, loss of revenue. It’s easy to equate a site shutdown with loss. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With the right planning and execution, an efficient, properly powered shutdown is possible.
At Trinity Power Rentals, we are no strangers to shutdowns. Neither is our team.
We sat down with our resident experts, Kurt Guess, Jordan Maryniuk and Konrad Sander, to talk about the power-related aspects of a shutdown: h... read more >