1.0 Purpose of Procedure To ensure that: All aspects of project insurances are appropriately arranged and administered to protect the Company’s best interests and to meet acceptable risk profile including (but not limited to) Construction All Risk (CAR), Third Party Public Liability (TPL), Professional Indemnity (PI) and Difference In Conditions
The following provides a detailed checklist to assist in reviewing the health of a project. 1. Project Planning 1.1 Does the project have a formal Project Plan? 1.2 Are the key elements of a Project Plan present? a. Project Definition & Scope? b. Project Objectives? c. Cost / Benefit Analysis?
1.0 Purpose This procedure provides the requirement for cost forecasting, revenue forecasting and risk & opportunities forecasting to facilitate the accurate forecasting of the final position of projects at completion. 2.0 Scope This procedure is applicable for any kind of the project. 3.0 Other References Cost Codes and Budget Management
This document provides guidance to the relevant parties on requirements for project handover information at practical completion and, in particular, the required structure and contents of building Operating & Maintenance manuals. It also specifies other information and items to be provided at handover stage. The purpose of providing this guidance
This method statement outlines the procedure and methodology for the site compound set up, including Parking and Material Storage. Typically contracts manager, site agent, foreman and a suitably qualified ecologist is responsible for this activity. Other employees who are directly involved include plant operators, banksman, site supervisor and general operatives.
1. Purpose The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that prior to submitting a Tender the proposed terms and conditions are appropriately reviewed in order to: – gain an overall appreciation of the risk profile of the proposed contract – identify any specific provisions which may be unacceptable to
1. Purpose The purpose of this contract commercial management procedure is to establish the correct administration for the process of Provisional Sums and Nominated Subcontractors for the project. 2. Scope This procedure is applicable for all projects. 3. References Subcontractor and Major Supplier Management Legal and Contractual Issues Engineering Deliverables