ROLE OF SACPCMP IN DEVELOPING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT. Raymond Nkado MBA PhD PrQS PMAQS MRICS Pr.CPM MCIOB President : SACPCMP Director: QualConsul QS Honorary Professor: University of the Witwatersrand . Thoughts. How important is your decision? . Overview of SACPCMP.
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ROLE OF SACPCMP IN DEVELOPING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Raymond Nkado MBA PhD PrQSPMAQSMRICSPr.CPMMCIOB
Director: QualConsul QS
Honorary Professor: University of the Witwatersrand
How important is your decision?
The management of projects within the built environment from conception to completion, including the management of related professional services.
The Construction Project Manager is the one point of responsibility in this regard.
The management of the physical construction process within the built environment and includes the co-ordination, administration and management of resources.
The Construction Manager is the one point of responsibility in this regard.
Construction management is a professional field that focuses on each part of the construction process of any built environment. Construction management typically encompasses commercial building sites or multi-unit residential sites.
Construction management of the site may be maintained by a general contractor or a separate entity, and the construction management personnel or firm answers to the [client] developer and is responsible for overseeing every aspect of the project from start to finish
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POSSIBLE FUTURE SCENARIO FOR SACPCMP
STRONG LOCAL / GLOBAL
CONSISTENTLY SUCCESSFUL DELIVERY EXPERIENCE
FAILED DELIVERY EXPERIENCE
LOCAL / GLOBAL ECONOMIC
are required to meet present and future capital investment needs in the SA economy