|Key processes:||Performance monitoring and control|
|Health, safety and welfare systems|
|Quality management and control|
|Key objective:||‘Are we constructing what has been designed?’|
|Key deliverables:||Performance management plan|
|Key resources:||Client team|
During this stage, the construction of the facilities as defined by the design and contract documentation are completed. This process involves the greatest number of people and organisations, and the greatest expenditure.
The project manager’s role during this stage focuses on monitoring the progress of the works, reporting to the client, protecting the client in regard to timescale, cost and quality, and ensuring full compliance with statutory, legal and contractual requirements.
Traditionally, the client has had a relatively nominal direct involvement in the construction works; however, as more and more client project teams are being constituted with extensive construction background, the role of the project manager ...