Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals and objectives while honoring the preconceived project constraints.
Responsibilities under Project Management
- Project Planning
- Cost Management
- Time Management
- Quality Management
- Contract Administration
- Safety Management
- Defining roles and responsibilities and management Structure of Project Management Team
- Organizing and leading by implementing project controls
- Developing communication protocols
- Identifying elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims
JCL International undertakes the project management process by coordinating closely with its clients throughout the project cycle, from project conception stage up to handover and final project close-out. We use knowledge gained through effective hands-on experience in identifying potential trouble spots in a project before they develop into problems, recommend solutions, and give clients objective information allowing them to make decisions on key issues before major problems occur.
The primary approach to all JCL International projects is first and foremost to use the Project Execution Plan (PEP) to identify the objectives and requirements of the project. Then a risk mitigation strategy is carried out along with a detailed tasking program for the duration of the project.
The PEP criteria require the Project Manager to ensure that Client requirements are met by the chosen designer and contractor(s). This is especially important within the Philippine and Asian market where transparency is paramount in any procurement activities.
A fully developed JCL International PEP clearly shows all relevant activities. This program is not restricted to design, procurement and construction activities. It also incorporates all activities relating to the client, such as pre-design requirements, move management and facilities management requirements to achieve full operational status.
Outline Schedules are produced by JCL International to indicate project duration and key milestones such as, tender and appointment of consultants, completion of the design, tender and appointment of contractors, ordering of long-lead items and detailed construction schedule, all of which are designated on the master program.
With JCL International’s proactive approach to project and construction management and years of extensive project management experience, our clients are reassured that their project will be delivered on time, within budget and to specification.