Project Construction Management
Assuring our partners will maintain contractual compliance
We understand every project is unique and requires significant customization of efforts and tasks. Our approach can be generally summarized in four phases. N2W has been retained in any or all of these phases including:
- Project planning and analysis where we analyze preliminary data for planning and coordination purposes and identify key goals and associated risks;
- Implementation of project construction management structure that includes identifying key roles and responsibilities as well as resource and budgetary requirements;
- Management and support project execution activities that begin with the notice of award (“NOA”). The longest and most involved phase of our service that includes project administration of reporting, payment, invoicing, accounting, scheduling, and meetings all conducted on a periodic basis;
- Project closeout represents the final phase of our services that includes change order and cost reconciliation, claims settlement, field punch list closeout and liability releases, and coordination of as-built drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, and field training.
Understanding that every project is unique, this phased approach should only be taken as a general guide. Factors including timing, data availability, and overall project goals greatly impact the actual level of effort.
- Contractual Risk Analysis
- Change Order Management
- Earned Value Management
- Project Schedule Review
- Design Change and Request for Information Maintenance