Project Management

To be responsible for the effective and economic design and construction of the project incorporating the Client's requirements into the building design.
The main roles, duties and responsibilities:
Be the single point of official contact between consultants/contractors and the Client in respect of the project
Plan, co-ordinate, direct, supervise and control the activities of all consultants/contractors to ensure satisfactory completion of the project within the defined period and the agreed cost
Develop, refine and control an integrated master program for all activities including approvals and clearances as well as the design, documentation, construction and commissioning aspects of the project
Ensure that the design, documentation and construction of the works are to the satisfaction of the Client and relevant authorities, in accordance with the brief, the technical requirements of relevant codes, ordinances and standards, the program and within the approved budget
Arrange full certification by consultants that their work complies with the brief and all statutory requirements
Take all necessary action to maintain overall progress in accordance with approved programs and budgets
Ensure the preparation of correct and complete documentation for the contract packages
On receipt of tenders, evaluate them and make recommendations
Following completion of approvals action and arrange contracts
Where the risk associated with construction industrial relations lies with the Client, formulate and manage an industrial relations policy having regard to local conditions
Set up a monitoring system, to the satisfaction of the Client, to report on a regular basis on progress, expenditure, design and construction standards and all significant matters
Carry out all necessary tasks to complete the project and to achieve financial completion
Negotiate contract disputes in accordance with the requirements of the Client

 

 

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