Project Execution Guidelines
Our project cycle begins with the award of the contract by the client to us, however there are some pre-award activities that are very important to the successful execution of the project. These include:
- Visit to site(s) and survey of premises
- Discussions with client with respect to the project
- Contract Negotiations
- Final Proposal Agreement
PROJECT LIFE CYCLE
- Award of Contract
- Information gathering from the client and other relevant sources of information where necessary
- Opening of project file
- Determination of project requirements based on survey report where already available or actual visit to location to conduct a survey. Where this is not possible estimates can be made based on well stated assumptions that are professionally drafted and accepted by the client.
- Preparation of project budget in terms of material, manpower, logistic requirements and duration of work.
- Assessment of possible risks and other challenges that may have a negative impact on the successful execution of the project.
- Preparation of installation drawings and other project execution documents.
- Assemble and procure equipment and material for the execution of the project as and when due.
- Move to site and commence project execution.
- Maintenance and updating of project records and drawings such as cabling plan, interconnections, assignments and configuration details, programming information, etc
- Training of users and operators where required.
- Handing over all relevant project documentation, drawings, instructions, equipment manual, etc. to client. (This handing over must be properly documented and signed for by client).
- Handing over and commissioning of project.
- Signing of Job Completion Certificate (JCC) by client’s authorized representative.
- Drawing up of effective and efficient after sales maintenance support plan
- Signing of maintenance contract
- Periodic execution of scheduled maintenance plan.
Every project has its designs, model and management perculiarities. Our approach to achieving successful execution of projects is hinged on a robust industry standard system.