project management
Planning and Tender - Quality Control - Scchedule Control - HSE Control
Cost Control - Risk Management - Documentation Control

Planning Tender

  • Preview the drawings
  • Prepare the technical specifications with Client to meet the Budget
  • Plan the proposed schedule
  • Conducting th tender process
  • Tender Analysis
  • Technical Interview with Contractors, leading them to the best approach
  • Help Client in Comercial Negotiation
  • Prepare Contract with FIDC standard or specific Client's format

Quality Control

With our experiences, we are sure to bring the best quality to our clients' project. They included:
  • Good planning for quality
  • Quality Assurance program
  • Quality checking with approriate Quality Checklist for each Work Item
  • Planning for Coordination between three parties. Daily supervision for Quality or material, testing in Situ and lab, Quality of Workmanship
  • Close Construction with continuous defect list

Quality Control

  • Follow up, statistic, update list and accumuable the complete work
  • Compare practical construction with design, confirm archived quantity for the Client payment
  • Monthly Verification with the progress claim to evaluate the real quantity
  • Conduct Payment Progress Procedure
  • Conduct Monthly Progress Claim Procedure
  • Conduct Payment Control Certificate Procedure

Schedule Control

  • Work with all Contractors to establish the master schedule and time marking of cooperation
  • Work with each Contractor to have the weekly detailed schedule of them
  • Track their schedule and warn if they delay
  • Find out the solution to recover the schedule
  • Weekly report with picture to report the schedule on site

HSE Control (Heath, Safely, Environment)

The Safety officer and his team visit on site frequently with duty:
  • Request the safety procedure
  • Inspect and modify continuously the HSE training program of Contractor for workers
  • Request Contractor apply safety rules strictly
  • Follow up the HSE procedure of worker on site
  • Danger recommendation and precaution

Cost Control

  • Set up the procedure for checking cost payment (base on the contract) informed to the Client for approval
  • Monthly certification for the progress claim or Contractor
  • Establish and follow up the cost curved line within construction period
  • Verify the financial balance of Contract with Client
  • Make the first step in negotiation in variation to reduce additional cost for Client

Risk Management

  • Define a list of potential risk which could happen in construction
  • Classify them from high to low level based on every specific project
  • When risk level increase, issue warning for prevention
  • Introduce prevention mearsure for risks
  • Request contractor to obey

Documentation Control

  • Conduct the Documentation Flowchart on site and back-up
  • help Client check the list of legal documentation which need to achieve before, within and after
  • Cosntruction
  • Coordinate with Designer to have the accurate information
  • Record the QA/QC documentation
  • Inspect and approve the Constractor's submission
  • Project Phase-out with certified as-built adequate documentation