Project Management

A Project Manager can be defined as “someone who protects customer interests by identifying and advising on the risks in the construction process”. In other words “The technical eyes of ownership”.

Participating in the varying stages of the process with the objective of protecting the interests of the owner at all times.

The role of Project Manager is simultaneously that of researcher and adviser for the OWNER.

The three fundamental phases involved in Project Management are:

Preconstruction phase

Preconstruction phase

  • Transmission of the property requirements to the differing professionals regarding the needs of the use of the building according to the activity to be carried out.
  • Technical assessment of the facilities and construction materials taking into account the future use and maintenance of the building.
  • Technical review of the project.
  • Assessment in the definition of the strategy for hiring and ‘packaging'.
  • Inspection of tenders made for future hiring for building work and facilities.

Construction phase

Construction phase

  • Monitoring of the instructions and activities of the project’s management.
  • Speed up technical answers on site to prevent hold ups in the building work.
  • Assisting the project’s management with the technical managemnt of the buiklding work.
  • Analysing the possible proposal of any change in project execution on the part of the project’s management.
  • Follow up of the building programme.

Supervision phase of reception

Supervision phase of reception

  • Final inspection with the project’s management.
  • Verification of the as-built documentation.
  • Review of the tests and start up of the facilities.
  • Ensure the existence of a maintenance plan and operation & use manual for the facilities.