Planning + Leadership = Success !
Successful delivery of a project requires a firm leadership and a skilful team. The collaboration among our managements and teams enables us to communicate and control the work to turn the key in time at the lowest possible cost, with minimum risk and maximum control in any case of contingency.
The greatest opportunities to affect project outcomes occur early in the design process. We are dedicated to supporting the client and architect/engineer during the design process with the broad expertise of our project planning group by working together in a collaborative, team-based approach. By emphasizing the true cost of ownership of a facility over its life, we commit resources and tools that include value analysis, life cycle costing, owning and operating cost modeling, phase specific constructability and maintainability reviews, and many other services.
This provides the project team with the maximum opportunity for informed and deliberate decision making during the design process.
The CPM difference is to maximize value and outcomes for the client through early sharing and analysis of project information.
Through a holistic, “whole building” design and construction approach, CPM will work in close collaboration with the entire project team—including the client, the architect, the construction staff, engineers, trade contractors, and consultants—to ensure a continuity of plan to execution as we partner to find the solutions which deliver the most for our client’s budget.
There are 4 main phases of Project Management :
1. Defining the project – in this phase CPM will determines the objectives and will advise client on how to proceed with the project. CPM can help the client to obtain Site Plan Approvals, Building Permits , Road Permits and will ensure to minimize time frame .
2. Planning the project – the planning stage includes documenting the scope, budget and schedule of the project.
3. Implementing the plan – the actual construction of the building or the purchase of equipment is the implementation phase of the project. Also included in this phase is monitoring of the project and dealing with issues when they arise.
4. Completing and evaluating the project – this phase includes the acceptance of a project/product, the resolution of deficiencies and documentation of project details, best practices and future projects.
The following chart demonstrates how a construction project is typically completed
Benefit to you :
- CPM will add value to your Project !