SAXUM ́s Project Management provides the best practices for Coordination of the Cost, Schedule, Quality and Safety of the project. Allocation of the right team, tools and any other resource available to face a challenging work environment.
Assurance of a superior communication bridge connecting all project members. Targets and project milestones clearly delivery to all audiences, including warnings and risk analysis.
Client principal liaison with the site/field work issues and people. Our Project Managers act as the primary contact, as well as the overall responsible for coordination of all project activities, both in office and in the field.
SAXUM Project Management Coordination processes have been designed and improved through the years, and based on lessons learned on previous projects to ensure successful implementation and execution of the contracted scope of work.
Project controls services are crucial to the effective organization and management of a project. The primary objective of project controls is to provide the means by which a project can be efficiently coordinated, monitored, and delivered in relation to cost and schedule goals, as well as quality and safety standards.
SAXUM provides full and comprehensive project controls services from project initiation through project close-out to ensure projects are delivered within budget, schedule, and risk expectations. We provide accurate and timely information, data analysis, and recommendations to assist project management in decision making and positively influencing the schedule and cost outcomes of projects. With more than xx years of experience specializing in project controls, SAXUM delivers effective planning, monitoring, and reporting services to solidify and achieve clients’ goals.
Project Controls Services Include:
- Configuration and Change Management
- Schedule and Cost Control Management
- Cost Estimating and Budget Development
- CaPex Managment
- Document Control
- Earned Value Management
- Progress Measurement
- Management Reports
- Risk Management and Analysis
- Claims Management and Avoidance Support
- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Development
SAXUM utilizes earned value, deliverable-based progress reporting through our in-house proprietary database connected to Accounting system. We can report actual project costs against budgets and forecast remaining project costs to calculate the estimate at complete (EAC).
Estimating: Track, report and forecast engineering costs at a discipline level via our in-house cost tracking system. We can provide Total Installed Cost (TIC) project estimates accompanied by resource-loaded schedules.
Cost Engineering services
Our project controls services consist of three main parts:
- Accurate forecasting of how your project is going to develop in terms of both time and costs.
- Managing changes as to recognize scope changes as early as possible and to take corrective actions where needed.
- The use of dedicated project control tools; with Primavera P6 you’ll always get timely and accurate management dashboards, with all details taken into account but without losing the overall picture. It also connects directly to the original budget baseline, so all relevant information is kept in one place.
Project Execution Plan
Project Execution Plan (PEP) collect and organize and define all Project information, areas, tools and procedures going through the Project Starting Point, Planning, Execution, Control & Monitoring, and Start Up and Closure.
SAXUM´s PEP acts as the overall baseline document for the entire Project, and rules what will be done to meet the project scope and contractual requirements. PEP furnish a break down structure for Project Information, Project Organization, Services Agreement, Communications Flow, Document Distribution, Project Controls, Engineering Drafting Standards, Contract Submittal Requirements, Purchasing/Procurement, Contract Administration, Accounting, Safety, Project Instruction Procedures (Change Orders), Project Completion, Project Close Out.
Project Status Reports
Project status reports are prepared by our Project Controls Team on a regular basis (generally weekly) and provide details on the progress achieved during the completed timeframe or reporting period, and comparative analyses are made with previous periods to identify trends and variances. In addition, project cost and schedule are integrated and presented in extended or detailed form and summarized.