Project Management

  • Estimation and monitoring of costs and schedules from concept to completion.
  • HR and support including training and compensation.
  • Commissioning, commencement and performance tests to ensure operability and maintenance.
  • Engineering services using technologies that deliver innovation and competitive advantage.
  • Procurement of goods and services at advantageous rates.
  • Contracting to meet quality, costs and schedule requirements.
  • Risk and opportunity management with constant monitoring to eliminate threats.
  • Quality and HSE policies that guarantee the health and safety of employees, contractors, customers, local communities and the environment throughout the project life cycle.
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Project Architecture Detailed Planning Execution Completion
Evaluating the project Defining the concept Initializing and executing Monitoring and testing
  • Determine sources of value
  • Identify alternatives and constraints
  • Based on evaluation, select a concept
  • Formulate a strategy
  • Plan for execution
  • Bid collectione
  • Set and meet targets (cost, quality, time)
  • Plan for and manage variances
  • Analyse results versus objectives
  • Implement a process to maintain performance
  • Create ongoing value
  • Is this the most effective way to derive maximum value from this project?
  • Will we be able to successfully execute this project?
  • Is the asset ready for production?
  • Did we achieve the initial goals?
  • Can operations be maintained
  • efficiently?
  • What have we learnt from this project?
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the sources of value
  • Create a constraint-monitoring system
  • Reach consensus on a consolidated plan
  • Receive final approval
  • Project plan: front-end engineering and design (FEED)
  • Assign contracts
  • Commissioning
  • Start-up
  • Test performance
  • Overall evaluation of project
  • Project handover