INGENIUM offers technical services in various fields of engineering. INGENIUM, in particular, works in the following areas: construction engineering, structural and geotechnical engineering, hydraulic engineering and environmental engineering. INGENIUM follows all the phases of the project, from its concept to the implementation: study of feasibility, outline plans, final, constructive. Also, economic planning intervention, contract management, site management and delivery of the work. INGENIUM, for the development of the design, sets up a processing cycle, consisting of a series of activities that, with a preordained and chronological sequence, carry out the project following the objectives set by contract, in view of total quality and in accordance with standard UNI EN ISO 9001:2008.

INGENIUM, in the development of the project and of the complementary activities, adopts a strong matrix organizational structure in which the Project Manager assumes the role of leader and manager of the project and of team coordinator while the members of the expert team have the task of ensuring the achievement of objectives.

In INGENIUM technical experts, in order to carry out the tasks set by the Project Manager, manage the working groups whose composition is calibrated on the basis of the workload. In particular, the Project Manager is responsible for: the relationship with the customer, the attainment of the project objectives, the proper planning and integration between the different project activities, the organization of work, the proper acquisition and balanced use of technical and human resources, the effective communication of the project to all stakeholders, the resolution of conflicts among the members of the project team and the regular assessment of the performance of the project.

The design evaluation is carried out in an integrated manner, by monitoring and controlling with a series of checks the objectives set by the programmatic document design. It is therefore a systematic and  planned control, not contingent on the occurrence of a problem, aimed to compare the work done at a certain date with what was supposed to be completed as well as established during start-up and planning. In order to carry out the function of monitoring the progress of the project in the best way, the Project Manager uses checklists to ensure : the evidence that the control is carried out according to a precise order, a registration in which all the specific technical aspects related to the project and the applicable elements of the quality system are considered, all the basic information needed for future audits and a proper analysis of time management . At the end of each inspection the PJM issues its intermediate control report of approval of the results obtained or decides to reschedule, in case the results are not in line with the objectives of the project.