People Practices


We are committed to building teams. As we grow, we will require people with skill sets that reflect the Company's evolving resource requirements. Growth also requires creation of organizational structures and further departmentalization which implies a shift toward greater specialization.

Our project management department is structured to place emphasis on team work. The Project team manages all the work involved in a project which typically involves balancing competing demands for project scope, time, cost, risk and quality, satisfying clients with differing needs and expectations and meeting identified requirements. Early planning and communication with team members streamlines the process to ensure a seamless project from preconstruction to close-out. Our multidisciplinary group of professionals contributes over a hundred years worth of cumulative construction experience.

Glenman matches expertise of project teams with specific project requirements. Project Managers and Superintendents typically report to the Senior Project Manager who heads a sector and a region. Our goal is to have identified sectors function like SBU's.

At Glenman, we take great effort to create an environment where all employees feel motivated, comfortable and valued. Promoting such an environment fosters creative thinking, encourages knowledge sharing and provides a synergy of resources.

By investing in our employees' continuous improvement through training and process improvements enables us to deliver on our promises to our clients. Our performance measurement policy ensures that no one is denied the potential to grow and become a contributing force to the growth of the Company.

Glenman is an Equal Opportunity Employer