Project Management

By: RTFC Consulting Ltd  06/09/2011
Keywords: project management


The key to any successful Project Management is delivering within Schedule and Budget whilst maintaining the highest level of Quality.  To deliver these factors successfully, time after time, you will need to manage the expectations of all Stakeholders in the safe and predictable delivery of the Project.

Our Project Management team have the experience in delivering some of the largest projects in the UK Construction market place with specific knowledge of working on Civil Nuclear Sites.

This experience and knowledge will add, focus, leadership and value to any project at all levels including; concept/detailed design, construction, commissioning, and operational support.

Key areas for focus are;

  • Initial business case appraisal that can help to establish that there are good business reasons for undertaking the work
  • Keep the final client consulted and involved at every step of the way
  • Identify the end deliverables in sufficient detail
  • Identify how satisfactory completion of each project milestone is met and measured
  • Accurate estimate of the resource required to deliver the project
  • Risk Assessment and Management throughout the lifecycle of the project
  • Change Control Management as an on going process

Keywords: project management

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