Project Management Overview

Project Management is the heart of the operation and this consist of the following components.
Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Procurement, Human resources, Communications, Risk management and Stakeholder management

Makray Homes provide Project Management for Multi-unit development

If you are new to property development or you already have your own property or you wish to develop we provide our Project Management service for you

We are using following tools to establish a successful project

  • Project Organization
  • Detail Planning and scheduling
  • Cost control
  • Quality Assurance
  • Project specific safety plan

 

Major Functions of the Project Management can be listed as follows,
• Planning – Planning the project and establishing its life cycle.
• Organizing – Organizing resources such as personnel, equipment, materials, facilities, and finances. Coordinating work and resources.
• Leading – Assigning the right people to the right job. Motivating people. Setting the project’s course and goals.
• Controlling – Evaluating project progress and, when necessary, applying changes to get it back on track.

A professional Construction Manager will
1. Serve as an objective, experienced Owner’s Representative to protect the Client’s and project’s best interests first and foremost.
2. Reduce overall project costs, usually well in excess of their fees. Savings include enhanced competitive bidding, contract negotiation, value engineering, reduced change orders, reduction in time, and elimination of unnecessary scope and cost.
3. Centralize communication, acting as project liaison to fully and seamlessly integrate all participants.
4. Advise the Client on retention of the best qualified and appropriate project team.
5. Enhance quality control to reduce potential for defects and poor workmanship.
6. Provide realistic and reliable budgets.
7. Optimize and accelerate the design and construction schedule.
8. Provide cost effective document controls.
9. Protect the Owner from unnecessary liability.
10. Provide management expertise, applying resources wherever needed.

Project management includes following functions:

  • Planning – Planning the project and establishing its life cycle.
  • Organizing – Organizing resources such as personnel, equipment, materials, facilities, and finances. Coordinating work and resources.
  • Leading  – Assigning the right people to the right job. Motivating people. Setting the project’s course and goals.
  • Controlling – Evaluating project progress and, when necessary, applying changes to get it back on track.

A professional Construction Manager will

  1. Serve as an objective, experienced Owner’s Representative to protect the Client’s and project’s best interests first and foremost.
  2. Reduce overall project costs, usually well in excess of their fees. Savings include enhanced competitive bidding, contract negotiation, value engineering, reduced change orders, reduction in time, and elimination of unnecessary scope and cost.
  3. Centralize communication, acting as project liaison to fully and seamlessly integrate all participants.
  4. Advise the Client on retention of the best qualified and appropriate project team.
  5. Enhance quality control to reduce potential for defects and poor workmanship.
  6. Provide realistic and reliable budgets.
  7. Optimize and accelerate the design and construction schedule.
  8. Provide cost effective document controls.
  9. Protect the Owner from unnecessary liability.
  10. Provide management expertise, applying resources wherever needed.

Key Areas

Planning

Planning the project and establishing its life cycle.

Organizing

Organizing resources such as personnel, equipment, materials, facilities,
and finances. Coordinating work and resources.

Leading

Assigning the right people to the right job. Motivating people. Setting the project’s
course and goals.

Controlling

Evaluating project progress and, when necessary, applying changes to get it back
on track.