In the planning of facilities, it is important to recognize the close relationship between design and construction. These processes can best be viewed as an integrated system. Broadly speaking, the design is a process of creating the description of a new facility, usually represented by detailed plans and specifications; construction planning is a process of identifying activities and resources required to make the design a physical reality. Hence, construction is the implementation of a design envisioned by architects and engineers. In both design and construction, numerous operational tasks performed with a variety of precedence and other relationships among the different tasks.
Planning is key to the successful management of a single location or multi-location project. At this point in the construction life cycle, your team identifies the scope of the work and develops a road map. Identify the resources needed and the strategy for producing them.
In the execution phase, the construction project management plan is put to work. As a rule, this phase is divided into two main processes: the execution and the monitoring and controlling. The project team makes sure that the required tasks are being performed. At the same time, progress is monitored and changes are being made accordingly. As a matter of fact, a project manager spends most of the time in the step of monitoring, and depending on the information that he gets redirects the tasks and maintains control of the project.
As a project develops through its lifecycle, changes will come about. Shifts in client requirements or budget, site restrictions, and superseded equipment all have a part to play. To overcome these obstacles revision in the project is necessary and our team management handles this situation calmly and in professional manners.
At the end of the day, every stage of a construction project is a chain of tasks, decisions, and numerous tools. Its complexity depends vastly on the size and type of the project. When the final construction activity is complete, the project moves to its final phase - closeout, followed by owner occupancy. Closing out a construction project consists of several tasks. The building inspected by the building officials. The client or the client’s representative verify that the work conforms to the approved drawings and specifications. Any deficiencies identified and remedied,