Construction Management
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The overall planning, coordination and control of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting a client’s requirements and ensure that project adhere to all specification and delivered on time, within authorized budget to the required quality standards.


Harrison is staffed with a fully-integrated staff of trained professionals to guide projects through the planning, design, procurement, construction, and start-up phases. Expert managers, site engineers, project control teams, safety and quality experts, contract administrators, and inspectors all work together to implement project delivery systems. These systems provide quality assurance, cost and schedule control, problem solving techniques, and deliver effective administrative results. Harrison's experience with construction projects encompasses residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure assignments.

Construction Management involves the following:

› Construction Management

Project Execution and Contracting Strategies; Development of the scope of work, tender documents, and the criteria for contract award; Tender document review, assessment, and award recommendation; Creation of criteria for project handover to operating groups.

› Reporting and Forecasting System

Setup and maintenance of a uniform reporting and forecasting systems that provides managers with a clear and consistent understanding of the project's status, problem areas, and potential issues.

› Cost Estimating and Control Systems

Development and maintenance of budgetary control and forecasting systems; Create independent cost estimates while identifying issues including scope creep and escalation; Provide significant input that enhances Value Engineering (VE) exercises; Establishment and maintenance of control budgets while identifying key areas affected by adjustments.

› Schedule and Time Management

Development of Project Execution Plans (PEP) that includes important milestones and provides regular updates of PEP; Implementation of systems that create effective forecasts for milestones and project completion; Participate in recovery planning when a critical event has occurred that can cause delays.

› Status Review and Corrective Actions

Performing detailed reviews of a project's status and identifying areas of non-conformity while ensuring that corrective actions are taken.

› Claims Avoidance and Settlement

Provide guidance for contractual communications with contractors involved in a project; Facilitate the settlement of contract claims and disputes; Identify potential contract claims issues and recommend proper mitigation processes.

› HSE Management

Development of Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) guidelines; Review and approve HSE Plans; Preparation of Environmental Impact Assessments and mitigation plans.

› Quality Management Systems

Implementation of effective Quality Management Systems (QMS) that are built around industry leading practices and operate in culmination with new procedures that fit within QMS; Ensure the implementation of best QMS practices for each project.