A high-quality Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule provides a comprehensive, real-time understanding of a project’s health.
Cost and Earned Value Management (EVM) requires the discipline of an accountant and the understanding of a construction expert.
The ability to identify and overcome issues can be the difference between success and failure in any development program.
Turning complex data into knowledge is the hallmark of our project controls approach and puts Aegis into a league of its own.
Our dashboards, designed solely for the construction industry, lets project teams review the status of all their jobs in one place.
Comparing, analyzing and quality control of schedules doesn’t have to be complicated. Rubix gives scheduling professionals the powerful tools they need in one software platform.
Aegis takes the hassle out of using Primavera with our application cloud solutions hosted on our state-of-the-art data center.
Updating a schedule has never been easier. Logit is a mobile app that allows you to progress activities, take notes and pictures while on the move.
Aegis is one of the country’s top resellers of Primavera. Clients who purchase Primavera from us benefit from our deep knowledge of the program, which we use every day.
Aegis is a certified reseller for Asta in the USA. Our significant experience in project controls translates to selling not just the product but providing support and training as well.
Los Angeles, CA
Phone: +353 1-553-0233
The construction of a 11.4-mile extension to the existing Washington metro system will connect Dulles International Airport to downtown Washington. Aegis is currently working on Phase 2 of the project, providing on-site staff to oversee project controls, including scheduling, cost and risk management. This complicated project valued at $1.2 billion includes multiple aspects of construction to build rail lines, metro station, commuter parking, and bus stations.
BUDGET: $167 Million
BUDGET: $632 Million
LOCATION: Arlington, VA
BUDGET: $1 Billion
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
BUDGET: $1.2 Billion