Hayes Strategy works hard to ensure that the successful application of processes, methods, knowledge, skills and experience to achieve the project objectives.
A project is a unique, transient endeavour, undertaken to achieve planned objectives, which could be defined in terms of outputs, outcomes or benefits. A project is usually deemed to be a success if it achieves the objectives according to their acceptance criteria, within an agreed timescale and budget. A key factor that distinguishes project management from just ‘management’ is that it has this final deliverable and a finite timespan, unlike management which is an ongoing process. Because of this a project professional needs a wide range of skills; often technical skills, and certainly people management skills and good business awareness.
Project Management Services
Individual services included within the project management process.
Attend progress meeting with the landlord design and construction team to coordinate efficient construction phasing and staging for all contractors. Schedule and conduct project meetings with the owner’s stakeholder group to discuss matters such as procedures, progress, open issues, scheduling, coordination, etc. Ensure preparation and distribution of meeting minutes with schedule and budget update. Attend progress meeting with the sub-tenants to review progress, schedule and coordinate move-ins.
Conduct Progress Reviews
Schedule and conduct project meetings with the owner’s stakeholder group to discuss matters such as procedures, progress, open issues, scheduling, coordination, etc. Ensure preparation and distribution of meeting minutes with schedule and budget update.
Monitor Project Schedule
Provide regular monitoring of the schedule as construction progresses. Identify and report on potential variances between the schedule and jobsite expectations. Review schedule for work not started or incomplete and recommend to Owner and GC adjustments in the schedule to meet their completion date. Monitor and regularly update the schedule to effectively relay impacts due to landlord scope and schedule and field conditions.
Interface with Teams
Collaborate with the general contractor and architect team to develop value engineering options to reduce cost for the project. Present options to stakeholders group for review and selections.
Coordinate periodic inspection by the architect and other necessary consultants on the work of the contractors.
Track Project Changes
Develop, implement and manage a system for review and processing of change orders. The key to a financially successful project is to manage change orders and field authorization on a timely manner to prevent budget overruns or the need to negotiate change orders once work is in place.
Adjust Ongoing Schedule
Collaborate with the General Contractor, County and tenants to develop a project schedule, incorporating submittal phase, sequencing and durations, long lead items, mobilizations, staging and construction.