CASE STUDIES

VALUE ENGINEERING

A client of ours in Cyprus engaged us for client representation during the construction phase of their project as the design and tendering had been completed. On commencement we established that the design had been carried out without the client’s full involvement leading to inefficiencies in the layout and specifications.

We organized steering committees and engaged all stakeholders to redesign a more efficient building as construction commenced, allocating funds in key areas and completed the project within time and 5% below budget.

 

TENDERING PROCESS

We were brought on board for a building construction project by a client who was ready to appoint the contractor and wanted our input on pricing.

We broke the project up into subcontracts and went out to tender for various trades and supplies, and established that even with our fee for coordinating the project the total cost to the client would be 10% below the initial budget. Additionally, we were able to offer client representation as the client did not have the time to be actively involved and added an additional layer of quality control to the project.

 

TIME

We were engaged to provide project management for a refurbishment project that required the site to be closed and re-opened at very specific periods to ensure a minimum loss of revenue.

Through good communication with the client’s staff we were able to identify the areas where works could happen during operating hours without obstructing the operation, organized the preliminary works during non-working hours and tightly monitored the contractor during construction. We assisted in ensuring all client decisions and supplies were available on time and handed over the project with no delays.