Project Execution: Where the rubber meets the road; where the project is built.
Project Administration: Where the project is enabled, providing Project Execution with the resources it needs to get the job done!
Project Coordination: Where the smooth blending of goals, interests, priorities, and methods is accomplished. This is the most recognized role of the Project Manager – to act as a liaison and informational conduit between and among the project participants.
Project Facilitation: Where critical information, the very lifeblood of the project, is closely managed and communicated.
As the diagram below clearly illustrates, Project Execution has its own unique organizational structure, much different than the orrganizational structures required by the other three F.A.C.E. Diamond Domains. The Project Execution Manager, what we call the Project Executor, is most commonly referred to as a Construction Superintendent or Field Superintendent. You may know him or her as the Site Construction Manager.