Project & Construction Management

The works to be done are listed and “Construction Work Schedule” is prepared using Primavera Project Planner (P6) based on the quantities obtained from the final project.

Project & Construction Management

Time Management

The works to be done are listed and “Construction Work Schedule” is prepared using Primavera Project Planner (P6) based on the quantities obtained from the final project.  Progresses are updated periodically for it to be a living schedule.  Progress processes and sub-contractor performance are followed and reported to the investor and it is ensured that potential delays are identified beforehand and necessary measures are taken.

Cost Management

Construction quantity is controlled if the work is not assigned on “turnkey” basis. The cost estimated at the pre-design stage and the actual costs incurred at the construction stage are compared and the pre-budget is revised. Costs are reported to the investor at each stage. The cash flow schedule pertaining to the projection period is updated.  The measures to reduce the cost are conveyed to the investor.  The methods to reduce the cost approved by the investor are implemented.  Progress payments and remunerations to the sub-contractors are checked and approved. Upon the completion of work, the final account is prepared and reported to the investor.

Contract Managemet

It is ensured that the contract is executed in accordance with the terms of contracts made with sub-contractors. Any issue which is contrary to the contract is identified and warnings are given for the correction thereof. In case of conflict, related efforts are made to solve it within the investor’s knowledge.

Document Management

An arrangement is made to monitor the Compliance with the work schedule affecting the duration of the construction, provision of information to the investor, project revisions, change requests and, budget and project costs. For this purpose, necessary documentation network is created.

Design Management

Coordination of the activities of various stakeholders (designers, managers, product developers, marketing and corporate communication staff, external suppliers, etc.) with a view to enabling the organisation is made to reach its goals as effectively as possible. This means getting individuals to work towards a common objective and creating the conditions necessary for delivering coherent and satisfying results.

Quality Management

Construction Control Plan is prepared to include construction checkpoints and those responsible for control, and supervision services are carried out under this plan. The quality is checked for compliance with specifications carrying out tests, experiments, inspections and observations.