Our Approach

Proactive Project Management is an essential part of our integrated approach to the project delivery which is done by breaking down the project into phases, distinct and specific objectives that are to be met for successful completion of the project.

Design Phase

  • Design Strategy
  • Risk Analysis
  • Local Regulations
  • Coordination and Monitoring Design Schedule
  • Design Phase Progress Reports
  • Project Policies and Procedures

Design Development Phase

  • Project Cost Report
  • Procurement Strategy
  • Preparing progressive elemental estimates as the planning progresses and reconciling each item with the budget
  • Developing economical design solutions through value added engineering involving studies, comparisons and life cycle cost analysis
  • Construction Feasibility Plan

Contracts, Procurement and Cost Management

  • Controlling cost is a major component of Construction Project Management which shall include controlling the expenditure and to obtain the best value for money on major building Engineering investments.
  • Contract Administration
  • Document Review
  • Pre-qualification of Contractors
  • Preparation of Construction Contracts for Execution
  • Quantity Survey for anticipating Construction costs
  • Promoting the latest developments in procurement and the changing culture in the industry
  • Preparation of project budget and updating on a regular basis
  • Advising on the type of contract to be adopted
  • Drafting contract clauses to suit the special circumstances of the project to promote an optimal allocation of risks and a partnering relationship with the Contractor
  • Practicing fair and equitable Tendering procedures

Post-Contract Phase

  • Valuing the work in progress on site and recommending amounts of interim payments
  • Measuring and valuing variations to the contract in accordance with the contract rates
  • Preparing progressive financial statements regularly during the Construction period to keep the employer informed about the financial status of the project
  • Assisting the Architect in the administration and interpretation of the contract conditions to avoid or minimize claims from the Contractor
  • Examining, evaluating and negotiating any Contractor’s claims that may arise from the contract
  • Preparing the final account that is a detailed statement of the final contract sum
  • Final sign-offs and approvals
  • Claims preparation and analysis
  • Resolving dispute by adjudication, mediation, conciliation and expert determination

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

  • Assurance of the quality of all equipment, materials, products, structures and plants to meet stringent regulations and standards
  • Assurance and quality control to ensure compliance with all contractual specifications, mandatory regulations and quality standards.
  • Independent verification, inspection & testing of all materials, parts, final products, plants – both off-site at manufacturers’ facilities and on-site during the construction process
  • A quality management plan and process shall be established
  • Review and acceptance of Contractor’s construction QA/QC plans
  • Maintenance of all submittal files by a combination of a secure document filing, storage system and a computerized document tracking system
  • General construction inspection and verification shall be done by QC / QA testing, construction acceptance criteria, construction audits, compliance with handling, storage, packaging, preservation, delivery requirements, material identification and traceability
  • Inspect construction deficiencies, identify, report and take up corrective / preventive actions
  • Document / records shall be updated on a daily basis and a daily construction report issued
  • The construction drawings and As-Built drawings that are prepared by contractors /architects shall be reviewed
  • Field changes for QA/QC will be limited to the construction QA/QC plan and contractor quality control plan changes
  • Initiate revisions to the construction QA/QC plan whenever it becomes apparent

Post-Contract Phase

  • Project Inspection
  • Quality Assurance/ Quality Control
  • Nominate Contractors
  • Contractors Coordination
  • Scheduling
  • Change Orders
  • Contract Documentation and Consultancy Agreements
  • Risk Identification, Analysis and Management
  • Claim Avoidance
  • Claim Preparation
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Service
  • Recovery Schedules
  • Claim Review
  • Shop Drawings
  • Punch Lists
  • As-Built Drawings
  • Equipment Maintenance and Training
  • Payment Requests
  • Long Lead Items
  • Safety Program & Environmental Issues

Post-Construction Phase

  • Final Cost Report
  • Spare Parts and Warranties
  • Final Permits
  • Final Payment
  • Contract Close-Out
  • Contractors Callbacks
  • Closeout Reports