PMCG

Project & Claims Management

To meet today’s challenges of resource and time constraints more and more contractors, developers and owners are beginning to realize the benefits of assigning specialised consultants to support the execution of their projects.


With it's associates PMCG can provide services throughout the full cycle of the project or they can be tailored to the specific needs of the client.

PRE-CONTRACT PHASE-Owner Perspective

Economic Studies:


Feasibility with Sensitivity analysis and SWOT, profitability and benefit cost analyses, cost comparison under inflation, project life cycle costing using parametric costing. Budget baseline and projected funding cash flows, and finance sources. Prepare commercial plans and Cost Model before inviting bidders.




Prequalify & Project RFP:


PMCG qualifies consultants according to selection criteria. PMCG specialists prepare comprehensive project report which includes summary of economic studies, land possession docs, zone regulations, location description, design concept, high-level work schedule with projected cash flow, prequalified consultants. PMCG invites consultants to quote on RFPs that include owner requirements, scope of work, design codes & manual and schedule, other supportive docs and recommendations.




Evaluate Design Offers & Consultant:


Evaluates technical and financial offers according to point scaled criteria. Monitor and evaluate design outputs and assure consultant deliverables are in line with schedule, quality and cost.


Contract Administration:


Contract administrators and legal counsellors are responsible for revealing project's risks and write contract conditions accordingly and eliminate ambiguities.

PRE-CONTRACT PHASE-Owner Perspective

Managing Design Work:


PMCG analyse client requirements, defines scope of work, state design standards and manuals, prepares design reports and schedules. Moreover, PMCG has the capacity to carry out design work from conceptual to detailed with Inter-disciplinary coordination, tracks and controls design changes. Applies Value Engineering, functional and technical specifications of systems and materials which lead to optimal life cycle cost of projects.

 

Value Engineering:


CPM considers Value Engineering as part of project commercial issues. Value Engineering saves a lot of money over project life cycle. The saving can be proved by presenting expenses curve over project life.


Quantity Surveying:


Quantity Surveyors take-off quantities and prepare unpriced BOQs as per CSI format. Estimators prepare project expected budget and compare it with available funds considered in feasibility stage.



Managing Tendering Process:


Carry out pre-qualifications for Consultants, Contractor. Invitation to qualified bidder, issue addenda, reply to queries, evaluation / analysis of submissions and prepare tender report.


Project Management:


Decide on best contract type, awarding process, site handing-over, kick-off meeting, assure QA/QC, and OHS polices are included in contract documents. Assure collaterals are submitted correct.

POST-CONTRACT PHASE-Owner Perspective

Monitor Project Set-up


Approve plan, mobilization and layout, and approve documentation and generate reports. 

Follow up approval process, and logs. Shop drawings, baseline and work schedules, manpower and resources, material submittals, procurement plan, safety & Health plan, interim payment certificates, claim procedures, AQ/A procedures …etc



Performance Evaluation:


Compare actual to as-planned achievements for both consultant & Contractor(s), identify variances, give directives to fix productivity, followup contractor’s logistic, QA/QC, and procurement plans etc.

POST-CONTRACT PHASE-Owner Perspective


Interim Payments Certificates(IPC):


Monitor and approve IPC procedures and requirements.

PRE-CONTRACT PHASE-Contractor Perspective

PRE-CONTRACT PHASE-Contractor Perspective

Study Contract Documents:


  • Study, analyze and comment on scope of work,
  • Comment on project priorities,
  • Review all contract docs and comment on discrepancies, ambiguities, risks, design mistakes or incomplete scope of work and identify potential VOs and claims,
  • Send queries,
  • Solicit offers for material and subs
  • Prepare tentative resource and procurement plans,
  • Define direct/ indirect cost,
  • Prepare project realistic work schedule,
  • Prepare projected cash,
  • Patriciate in pricing process,
  • Assure submission complies biding requirements, and
  • Assessment of Potential Risks.

POST-CONTRACT PHASE-Contractor Perspective

Planning & Scheduling:


Define project milestones, and activities priorities, durations, required resources and costs. Prepare detailed work schedule as as-planned baseline for main and critical


Site Mobilization Plan:


Define material management and procurement, and site remediation.

 

Site As Planned Performance:

  • Establish the As-Planned project Activity Based Earned Value performanceindicators
  • Define cost accounts according to As Planned performanceindicators
  • Prepare manpower, equipment, material, subs and procurement plan as per as planned performance
  • Prepare projected cash flow needed to achieve plannedperformance
  • Assure QC/QA and HSO procedures are strictlyimplemented


POST-CONTRACT PHASE-Contractor Perspective
POST-CONTRACT PHASE-Contractor Perspective

Project Controls (Planning and Cost)

EOT Claims

Delay Impact Analysis

Claim and Conflict Resolution

Control Claim Procedures

Supervise Implementation

Project’s Safety & Health

QC / QA Procedures

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