Project management

Generally speaking, project management (PM) represents a system of theoretical and practical management activities, knowledge and skills, which usually involve planning, organising, coordinating, controlling, deciding and managing all participants involved in the project.

Project management includes both construction site preparation, provision of public permits, processing of documentation, selection of contractor, implementation, approval of the installation, as well as subsequent commissioning of the building.

Generally speaking, project management (PM) represents a system of theoretical and practical management activities, knowledge and skills, which usually involve planning, organising, coordinating, controlling, deciding and managing all participants involved in the project.

Project management includes both construction site preparation, provision of public permits, processing of documentation, selection of contractor, implementation, approval of the installation, as well as subsequent commissioning of the building.

Generally speaking, project management (PM) represents a system of theoretical and practical management activities, knowledge and skills, which usually involve planning, organising, coordinating, controlling, deciding and managing all participants involved in the project.

Project management includes both construction site preparation, provision of public permits, processing of documentation, selection of contractor, implementation, approval of the installation, as well as subsequent commissioning of the building.

The main tasks of the project manager include:

The main tasks of the project manager include:

Preparation of a project management manual describing the links and establishing the rules for communication between particular construction participants

Management and coordination of all construction participants; i.e. planner, contractor, price consultant, technical supervisor of the investor (hereinafter referred to as “TSI”), author’s supervision of the designer/planner (hereinafter referred to as “AS”), and others who are involved in the construction process

Negotiations with public authorities in solving various problems related to project implementation

Consistent adherence to the system of informing the client - regular reports on the progress of the construction, management and convening of inspection days, etc.

Consistent adherence to the system of informing the client - regular reports on the progress of the construction, management and convening of inspection days, etc.

Control and evaluation of construction progress in terms of time, quality and financial performance

Coordination and management of unpredictable events, project changes, etc.

Preparation of all the documents and materials of the investor for deciding on matters that are not the responsibility of the authorised project manager, in particular, issues relating to price changes and adjustments to the performance schedule

During the acceptance procedure, the Project Manager represents the owner and performs, in accordance with the contract for work concluded with the contractor, the physical controls of the completed work, including the submitted documents

Cooperation with the client at the end of construction - final building approval, evaluation of the structure, completion of the documentation, etc.

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  1. Preparation of a project management manual describing the links and establishing the rules for communication between particular construction participants
  2. Management and coordination of all construction participants; i.e. planner, contractor, price consultant, technical supervisor of the investor (hereinafter referred to as “TSI”), author’s supervision of the designer/planner (hereinafter referred to as “AS”), and others who are involved in the construction process
  3. Negotiations with public authorities in solving various problems related to project implementation
  4. Procurement, control and provision of activities supporting the interests of the investor, i.e. TSI, AS or legal assistance, price consultant
  5. Consistent adherence to the system of informing the client – regular reports on the progress of the construction, management and convening of inspection days, etc.
  6. Control and evaluation of construction progress in terms of time, quality and financial performance
  7. Coordination and management of unpredictable events, project changes, etc.
  8. Preparation of all the documents and materials of the investor for deciding on matters that are not the responsibility of the authorised project manager, in particular, issues relating to price changes and adjustments to the performance schedule
  9. During the acceptance procedure, the Project Manager represents the owner and performs, in accordance with the contract for work concluded with the contractor, the physical controls of the completed work, including the submitted documents
  10. Cooperation with the client at the end of construction – final building approval, evaluation of the structure, completion of the documentation, etc.

The Project Manager represents the owner on the basis and to the extent of his/her authorisation in relation to all construction participants to ensure the realisation and completion of the work in the scope and quality according to the concluded work contract and other documents so that the requirements and interests of the owner are met in all respects.