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Project Management

What is Construction Project Management (CMP)?

Project Management can be refer to as “the art of controlling and managing humans and material resources throughout the life of a project by using current management methods to achieve scheduled objectives of scope, cost, time, quality, and participating objectives.”

The Role of a Project Manager in Construction Management

Construction project managers helps guarantee the project is tracking along to plan.

Responsibilities of a construction manager fall into these seven categories

Project Management Principles and Process

Once the bidding process is complete, the construction phase can begin.

All construction project managers should know the five phases of project management

Construction Project Management Stages

The construction management starting stages begins at the same time as the bidding procedure, but once the contract has been confirmed, the meat of the project can start.

Here are the Stages in a Construction Project:

Project Planning, Delivery, and Controls

Quality in Project Management is accomplished through a structured process that includes multiple levels:

The process balances the key project constraints and provides a tool for making decisions throughout the project based on stakeholder values, performance metrics, established procedures and project goals.

Active project management includes plans, strategies, and tools for managing the strategy and construction delivery processes and for controlling key aspects to guarantee the client receives a facility that matches their expectations and functions as it is intended to function. Improvements in building quality directly contribute to reduced operational costs and increased satisfaction for all of the stakeholders. Successful project delivery requires the implementation of management systems that will control changes in the key factors of scope, schedule, budget, resources, and risk to optimize quality and, therefore, the investment. This division offers guidance for the entire team to successfully and efficiently optimize the quality of a high-performance building project.





                                             
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