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THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS. prepared by GARDINER & THEOBALD LLP for Thursday 20 th November 2008 Tony Nutt. Content. What is Project Management ? Why Appoint a Project Manager ? Who makes the best Project Manager ? When should you appoint a Project Manager ?

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THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

MANAGEMENT PROCESS

prepared by

GARDINER & THEOBALD LLP

for Thursday 20th November 2008

Tony Nutt

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Content
  • What is Project Management ?
  • Why Appoint a Project Manager ?
  • Who makes the best Project Manager ?
  • When should you appoint a Project Manager ?
  • What does a Project Manager do ?
what is project management simply
What is Project Management? Simply:-
  • The overall co-ordination of a project to achieve time and cost objectives
  • Quality is also an important consideration
why appoint a project manager
Why Appoint a Project Manager ?
  • To bring a systematic and structured approach to projects – at all stages
  • In this instance we are talking about Construction Project Management
who makes the best project manager
Who Makes the Best Project Manager ?
  • PM’s come from varied backgrounds including
    • Architecture
    • Engineering (Structural, Mechanical and Electrical)
    • Quantity Surveying
    • Building Surveying
    • Clerk of Works / Building Control Officers
  • Most PM companies are multi-disciplinary in their workforce

Individual Project Managers :-

    • Must have a good grounding in their “core” discipline
    • Must be well organised
    • Must be good communicators / team builders
when should you appoint a project manager
When Should You Appoint a Project Manager ?
  • As soon as possible !
  • On every project ?
  • At what stage ? The role can vary
    • Development Management
    • Employer’s Representative
    • Project Management (executive / non-executive)
    • Employer’s Agent
    • Contract Administration
what does a construction project manager do
What Does a Construction Project Manager Do ?
  • Identifies and addresses Key Issues
  • Wraps a time, cost and quality management framework around the project
  • Drives the process
  • In particular:-
key issue management of the client to establish
Key Issue : Management of the Client – to establish
  • Working Relationship with Organisation
  • Single Point Contact
  • Decision Making and Approvals Process
  • Design Philosophy
  • User Requirements
  • Operational Issues
  • Unambiguous Client Brief
  • Internal and External Interfaces
  • Project Execution Plan (PEP)
key issue management of the project summary
Key Issue : Management of the Project - Summary
  • Current Project Status Review
  • Financial and Cost Management
  • Design and Building Issues
  • Project Risk
  • Programme Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Security, Health and Safety
  • Third Party Interfaces
management of the project
Management of the Project

Review of Current Project Status

  • Existing Brief
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Planning / DAC
  • Legislative Issues
  • Environmental Issues
  • Existing Information
  • Income and Funding Status
management of the project1
Management of the Project
  • Current Project Status
  • Financial and Cost Management
management of the project2
Management of the Project

Financial and Cost Management

  • Development Appraisal
  • Budget Estimate(s) / Cost Plan
  • Cash Flow Forecasting
management of the project3
Management of the Project

Financial and Cost Management

  • Development Appraisal
  • Budget Estimate(s) / Cost Plan
  • Cash Flow Forecasting
  • Life Cycle Costing
  • Value Engineering
  • Taxation
  • Grants
  • Future Funding / Fundraising
management of the project4
Management of the Project
  • Current Project Status
  • Financial and Cost Management
  • Design and Building Issues
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Management of the Project

Design and Building Issues

  • Consultants Fee Bids and Appointments
  • Clear Definition of Roles
  • Project Brief
  • Design Management and Compliance
  • Procurement
  • Tender and Contract Process and Documentation
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Risk Avoidance

Client Involvement

Professional Responsibility

Division of Responsibility

Timing

Optimum

Route

Competition

Controllable Variation

Complexity

Price Certainty

Quality Level

PROCUREMENT - KEY CRITERIA

management of the project6
Management of the Project

Design and Building Issues

  • Consultants Fee Bids and Appointments
  • Clear Definition of Roles
  • Project Brief
  • Design Management and Compliance
  • Procurement
  • Tender and Contract Process
  • Programme and Phasing (Milestones)
  • Cost Plan Update
  • Environmental Standard
    • Renewable Energy
    • Sustainability
    • Carbon Footprint
  • Quality Control
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Management of the Project

Project Risk

  • Risk Profile
  • Risk Workshop(s)
  • Risk Management and Mitigation
  • Project Contingency
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Management of the Project

Programme Management

  • Master Development Programme
  • Integrated Cash Flow Forecast
  • Development Sub-Programmers
  • Procurement and Tender Programmes
  • Design Management Programme
  • Programme Audit on Contractor(s)
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Management of the Project
  • Current Project Status
  • Financial and Cost Management
  • Design and Building Issues
  • Project Risk
  • Programme Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Security Health and Safety
  • Third Party Interfaces
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Management of the Project

Third Party Interfaces / Interests

  • Lawyers
  • Charity Commission
  • Planners / DAC
  • S106
  • Highways
  • LUL
  • Victorian Society
  • English Heritage
  • Archaeology (GLAS)
  • Rights of Light
  • Party Walls
  • DDA
  • Adjoining Neighbours
  • Environmental Standards
  • Licensing Authority
  • Building Control
  • Funders
  • PR / Advertising
key tools of the project manager
Key Tools of the Project Manager
  • Defines the project and set procedures
  • Project Execution Plan (PEP)
  • Sets overall budget
  • Cost Plan
  • Establishes timescale and phasing
  • Master Programme
  • Identifies problem areas
  • Risk Register

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