The Project Manager Construction Project Management is defined as the overall planning, co-ordination and control of a construction project, from inception to completion. It is aimed at meeting our client’s requirement in order to produce a functionally and financially viable product that will be completed on time, within the authorized cost and to the required quality standards.
We, as The Construction Project Manager acting on behalf and representing the client has the duty of providing a cost effective and independent service. Selecting, co-ordinating, integrating and managing different disciplines and expertise, to satisfy the objectives and provisions of the project brief from inception to completion.
The key role of the Construction Project Manager is to motivate, manage, co-ordinate and maintain the morale of the whole project team. This leadership function is essentially about managing people and its importance cannot be overstated.
To ensure an effective and cost conscious service, a project has to be under the direction and control of a competent project management practitioner with a proven track record developed from a construction industry professional discipline.
Apart from Project Management of the actual Construction process, our duties also include, but are not limited to the following:
Liaison with client
Obtaining client’s approval
Liaison with client’s organisation
Provision of expertise from client’s organisation
Issues related to fire, security, information technology, communications etc.
Conceptual and detailed design
The town planning and zoning process
Client’s activities and co-ordination process with the design team
Co-ordination of production of drawings and information.
Design construction interface.
Liaison with suppliers.
Selection and Appointment of the Project Team
Procedures for the selection and appointment of the construction project manager and the team members
Job specification for team member’s authority and responsibilities
Standard forms of appointment with terms and conditions of employment Project organization structure.
Systems of Procurement
Procedures for procurement tender and purchasing negotiations
Types of contracts Design and Build Management Traditional etc.
Standard forms and terms and conditions
Procedures for Payment
Contract interim payments
Contract final accounts and final reconciliation
Management of Disputes
Systems for settling disputes by means of Mediation and Arbitration
Construction control regulations approval, including fire entertainment licensing