Anker Projects
Project Management
Sustainable project delivery.

ANKER provides Project and Program Management Services on complex projects.

Our ability to provide one-stop-shop project solutions for our clients is a key differentiator in our sector and a powerful vehicle for delivering outstanding value to our stakeholders.

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ANKER’s project execution systems and tools are used at all global offices to maintain consistency in the delivery of each project. Knowledge On-line is a repository and forum that allows employees to access information and technical experts to solve problems from any location around the world.

All of ANKER's projects are managed in accordance with the general requirements of the company’s Operating System Requirements (OSR), ANKER’s quality document that outlines how projects are managed to ensure successful delivery.

Projects OnLine is part of the ANKER suite of tools.

ANKER uses Projects OnLine, a project collaboration and document management tool for engineering, procurement and construction management services projects. ANKER’s project execution solutions are a set of highly integrated processes used across all phases of a typical EPC and maintenance project. The solutions are enabled by a solid, data-centric foundation that enables multi-office and multi-party execution and rule-based automation.

Using the Sustainable Project Delivery process, ANKER works with our customers to:

Bridge the gap between our customers’ commitments to stakeholders and project delivery
Identify and manage the full suite of business risks that may impact our customers’ projects and operations
Ensure projects are aligned to our customers’ corporate sustainability goals, and;
Support decision making when trade-offs exist between technical, social, environmental and financial performance

During early project alignment we work with our customers to identify their corporate and project goals, non-technical risks and stakeholder commitments. Our integrated engineering, estimating and non-technical specialist teams then identify opportunities that help achieve our customers’ goals, manage their risks and address their commitments. We then work with our customers to implement profitable and sustainable opportunities and communicate improved performance metrics.

Typical achievements include:

Waste and emissions reduction, increased production efficiencies, energy and water savings, reduced environmental and social impacts within operations and improved stakeholder relationships. This process helps our customers realize their sustainability goals, enhance their social license to operate and demonstrate tangible value to their shareholders.

Through our proprietary project delivery systems we integrate sustainability enhancing systems, tools and expertise into our customers’ projects, enhancing project risk management and converting their sustainability objectives into profitable project outcomes.

Clients look to ANKER to deliver complex projects in challenging locations around the world. ANKER's project management expertise comes to the forefront on every job. As the project manager, ANKER integrates the activities of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) functions to meet client expectations.

ANKER often serves as overall program manager on large-scale capital projects involving billions of dollars of goods and services in challenging locations. As the client’s single point of contact, ANKER integrates the activities of all contractors and sub-contractors, often from diverse backgrounds and cultures, to ensure the success of the overall program.

ANKER is consistently regarded as one of the top project and program management companies in the global building industry. ANKER is recognized for its ability to deliver projects safely, on time and within budget. One of the reasons clients choose ANKER is its ability to provide all the necessary services in-house, eliminating the need for multiple consultants. This capability is changing the face of program management. ANKER's fully integrated teams offer services and support in design, construction, fabrication, procurement, project controls, safety, quality, operations and maintenance.

ANKER has established systems, tools, procedures and processes used consistently for project management functions in diverse locations. These project management tools are available 24/7 to ANKER's global teams via Knowledge OnLineSM, ANKER’s award-winning knowledge management system.

All of ANKER's projects are managed in accordance with the general requirements of the company’s Operating System Requirements (OSR), ANKER’s quality document that outlines how projects are managed to ensure successful delivery.


Program and Project Management


Commissioning, Operation and

Engineering and Design

Construction and Fabrication


Conceptual Design

During conceptual design, ANKER identifies a proposed technical solution to meet the clients' business requirements for the new facility or retrofit.


ANKER estimating and project control professionals prepare project estimates using the Work Breakdown Structure developed for the project.

Feasibility Studies

ANKER supports clients with the technical aspects of feasibility studies to determine the viability of capital EPC projects.


ANKER has extensive experience working with various governments to assist our clients obtain the necessary permits for EPC projects.

Process Simulation

ANKER develops process simulation models using advanced software tools to evaluate and validate process designs and to develop information needed for critical Client decisions.

Project Financing

ANKER maintains an in-house staff of project finance experts to help clients develop, structure and arrange financing for EPC projects in diverse industries.

Scope Definition

ANKER and the client develop a detailed scope of work to manage a project through all phases of project execution. The scope is viewed as the single-most critical document prepared during project execution.


ANKER siting experts develop a list of clients' site requirements based on a sound understanding of the proposed industries and their associated infrastructure. 

Technology/License Evaluation

ANKER engages all stakeholders to evaluate technologies and licensors that will be used on EPC projects in diverse industries.

Cost Control

ANKER initiates cost control measures at project inception and continues to monitor project costs throughout the life cycle of the projects. 

Detailed Engineering

The detailed engineering phase of a project begins with issuing approved process/project documents and continues through scheduling. 

Front-end Engineering

ANKER uses tools to produce process and engineering documentation of sufficient quality and depth to define project requirements for detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction of a Client's facilities and to support the project cost estimate.

Planning & Scheduling

ANKER project management and engineering, procurement, and construction disciplines use detailed planning to cover the full scope of work on an EPC project and Critical Path Method schedules to reflect project activities and their interdependent relationships.

Process Simulation

ANKER develops process simulation models using advanced software tools to evaluate and validate process designs and to develop information needed for critical Client decisions.

Systems Integration

ANKER's teams work together to identify the automation tools required for the project and the staff to support systems integration.

Safety Planning

ANKER incorporates all appropriate Health, Safety, and Environmental features into facility design to minimize the potential for hazardous events or environmental impacts, to provide operations with the means to mitigate incidents that may occur, and to maximize the sustainability of the project within its scope of work.

Contracts Management

ANKER's contract management plan describes the sequence, responsibilities, and controls for preparing, negotiating, executing, and managing contracts performed in the lead and support offices and on the construction site.


ANKER's expediting team ensures that the submittal of engineering deliverables and the fabrication and delivery of material and equipment supports the project schedule.


ANKER coordinates transportation and logistics planning, including surveys of customs requirements, ports, and routes to minimize construction delays.

Materials Management

ANKER uses an integrated process through which materials and equipment are effectively identified, acquired, received, and delivered.


ANKER develops detailed purchasing plans for goods and materials to support specific Client project requirements.


ANKER's supplier sourcing process is a means by which potential suppliers are qualified and selected on a continuous basis.

Supplier Quality

ANKER implements Supplier Quality Surveillance to support and monitor the quality of material and equipment procured for projects.


ANKER warehousing teams manage expediting, receiving, inventorying, and storing material at the construction site and distribute materials to meet the needs of the construction staff.

Contractor Management

As construction manager on a project, ANKER secures labor through carefully selected subcontractors that have a proven history of safety performance, execution excellence, and commercial success.

Craft Staffing & Training

ANKER maintains a database of craft personnel who have worked on domestic and international assignments, and deploys craft resources to construction projects based on qualifications and availability.

Equipment & Tools Supply

ANKER provides integrated mobile equipment and tool solutions to construction, mining, government, and industrial Clients around the world.


ANKER's offsite fabrication capabilities provide Clients with significant schedule and cost savings and reduce risks such as adverse weather conditions and labor shortages.

Field Mobilization

ANKER mobilizes experienced field staff and construction contractors according to the project schedule to meet construction milestones.

Modular Construction

ANKER pioneered modular construction across diverse industries, including onshore and offshore oil and gas production, industrial, infrastructure, and biotechnology.

Project & Program Management

As project manager, ANKER integrates engineering, procurement, and construction; and on mega- projects serves as overall program manager, providing Clients with a single point of contact by integrating activities of contractors and subcontractors.

Safety Programs

ANKER develops Health, Safety, Environmental, and Security plans for each construction project with the objectives of protecting lives and health of all project stakeholders; preventing damage to property, materials, supplies, and equipment; protecting the environment; and avoiding work interruptions.

Quality Control

ANKER team members share in quality management on all projects and comply with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.

Self-Perform Construction

ANKER manages construction personnel on the company's payroll and enables maximum control of critical path schedules and fast-track construction to meet Client objectives


Commissioning consists of activities associated with the operation of equipment or facilities in preparation for plant start-up, which usually begins with the introduction of feedstock.

Engineering Support

Engineering support may be provided during commissioning if contracted by the Client. Commissioning support includes process, mechanical, electrical, or control system personnel.

Initial Production

After Mechanical Completion, Client operators start initial production of the plant, using start-up checklists prepared by ANKER and technology licensors.

Plant Readiness

Start-up of new facilities is a phased approach that occurs over the duration of a project, beginning with planning during detailed engineering and ending with final acceptance by the Client.


ANKER oversees pre-commissioning activities that may include non-operating adjustments and cold alignment checks completed by the construction contractor.


After Mechanical Completion of a project, ANKER initiates turnover, which is transferring principal responsibility of the plant, unit, or any part thereof from ANKER to Client Operations.

Systems Checkout

Each process unit is divided into systems and subsystems to facilitate the unit's completion, pre-commissioning, and commissioning and requires coordination among engineering, process licensors, suppliers, construction, and start-up teams.


Validation is not required on all projects, but it is common on life sciences projects. ANKER uses a formal validation process to confirm that the operating facility is meeting its expected process design performance criteria as specified in the contract.

Asset Performance Improvement

ANKER implements a set of proprietary tools to improve Clients' total asset performance at the start-up of new facilities or existing plants.

Contract Staffing

ANKER Staffing Solutions provides technical and professional personnel to leading industrial Clients worldwide.

Facility Management

ANKER provides integrated services to support general building maintenance, utility operations, capital projects and programs, and business support functions to Clients in diverse industries.

Operational Readiness

ANKER uses technology to help accelerate start-up activities for new facilities by bridging the transition between project completion and ongoing operations.

Plant Engineering

ANKER provides multi-discipline engineering and project management services to Clients in the oil and gas, power, mining, and manufacturing segments.

Plant Operations & Maintenance

ANKER's 3,500 extended technical and craft workforce provide operations and maintenance services to Clients in diverse industries.

Small Capital Projects

ANKER provides teams of engineering, procurement, construction, and project management experts to deliver small capital projects.

Turnarounds, Outages, & Shutdowns

ANKER manages more than 25 turnarounds, outages, and shutdowns per year.