To maintain project delivery excellence, we have developed a system of guidelines for integrated planning, implementation and commissioning of our projects.
Project Requirements Definition
We understand that excellence in project delivery is achieved through effective management and oversight of the requirements and processes unique to each project. We have developed a system of guidelines for integrated planning and development processes to establish an owner’s expectations for project scope, budget, and schedule. These guidelines also provide guidance on managing the team during the planning, design, construction, and quality testing and commissioning phases of every project we undertake. These guidelines are:
- Thoughtful definition of the clients goals and needs (Project Scope);
- Master planning to accommodate anticipated future needs;
- Evaluation of project alternatives;
- Identification of site requirements;
- Identify cost requirements
- Clarify Funding requirements; budget authorization cycles and/or financial impacts;
- Phase project Execution.
Analysis of Delivery Methods
There are many approaches to achieve successful project design and implementation and this has to be put into consideration. Our selection of delivery Methods is driven by the project’s scope, budget, and schedule. The selection of a delivery method will in turn influence the team composition, schedule, budget, and management plans to be followed throughout the process construction, and quality testing and commissioning phases of every project we undertake.
Development of a Project Management Plan
A Project Management Plan (PMP) documents key management and oversight tasks and is updated throughout the project as changes occur. The plan includes definition of an owner’s program goals, technical requirements, schedules, resources, budgets, and management programs. It also provides a vehicle for including efficiencies in the design and implementation phases of all projects. It will also serve as the basis for completed project documents and outline the commissioning plan for finished execution.
Design Stage Management
Once an implementations team has been agreed upon and assembled, we will coordinate and manage the project’s design phases. Design management requires the oversight of schedules and budgets; review of key submissions and deliverables for compliance with program goals and design objectives; verification of stakeholder input for inclusion; verification of implementation phase functional testing requirements; and appropriate application of the client’s design standards and criteria. This stage would also define the criteria for assessing quality measurement to ensure the project’s success.
Implementation Stage Management
This stage should include all of the activities involved with implementation and progress documentation for the project. The team members involved in this phase will be responsible for actualizing client requirement, change order management, conflict resolution, inspections, submittal reviews and adhering to schedules. Oversight in this area is critical because it has significant impact on a project’s total cost and We place utmost emphasis on safety and project delivery quality.
Commissioning is a systematic process of ensuring that project systems perform interactively and effectively according to the design intent and the client’s operational needs. This is achieved by documenting the client’s requirements and ensuring those requirements are met throughout the entire delivery process. This involves actual verification of systems performance and integration; comprehensive operation and maintenance (O&M) documentation; and training of the operating personnel.