Posts Tagged ‘CPM scheduling’

Nuevo Cleveland Opens

Monday, August 29th, 2016

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Congratulations to Snavely Group, the Design/Builder, on the successful, on-time completion on the new Nuevo Modern Mexican restaurant on Pier 9.

VN Services is proud to have done the CPM scheduling for the new restaurant, which is phase 1 of 3 of the redevelopment, located near the Rock Hall of Fame and Great Lakes Science Center.

The two-story eatery is all modern glass, wood and steel and has stunning views in every direction of City and Lake. A main floor dining room and bar seats 100 with wraparound patio seats another 100, with overflow dining and private event space that can accommodate another 250 in and out.

Be sure to stop by and have a great meal and see on of the many beautiful sights in Cleveland.

VN Services holds its 2014 Company Renewal

Friday, March 14th, 2014

We held our annual company renewal on February 27 and 28 at The Club at Hillbrook.  Every year we travel off-site and review the previous year’s goals, accomplishments and LTOs.  Then we use basic project management skills and CPM (Critical Path Method) scheduling to create measurable individual and company goals for the year forward.  Because the schedule has proven to be a highly useful management tool, we revisit it regularly to ensure that we are on target to achieve our goals.

Of course, we also need some R&R, so we spend the second afternoon doing something that is fun and entertaining.   We had a delicious lunch at The Harley Cafe at South East Harley-Davidson (no motorcycles were purchased at the time).  We followed lunch with bowling at the Freeway Lanes, where we all let Richard and Bob win!

Welcome Back Joe Morris!

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Welcome back decorations and "varmints" provided by his co-workers.

We want to welcome back our colleague, Joe Morris, who has spent the past year doing the CPM scheduling for one of our clients at the Detroit Heavy Oil Upgrade Project (DHOUP) for the Marathon Petroleum Company.  He better be careful…. you never know what kind of varmints may have moved into his space while he was off exploring new job sites.