Scope of Work:-
In this section we will discuss about the work to be undertaken as a project manager. A construction project manager sets up the estimates, the budgets and the construction timetable for the client and develops the construction strategy for a housing colony. He selects the subcontractors and workers, and provides required explanations for the builders and other professionals associated with the project, coordinating and collaborating with the architects, engineers and specialists. The Project Manager also ensures the housing colony complies with all building codes and any other legal or regulatory requirements. When delays or problems occur – as they always do – the Project Manager is the project’s first responder, ready to make the changes required to move the project past the issue. The responsibility of project manager is to make sure that the customer is satisfied and the work scope is completed in a quality manner using budget and on time. The Project manager has primary responsibility for providing leadership in planning, organizing and controlling the work effort to accomplish the project objectives. In other words, the project manager provides the leadership to the project team to accomplish the project objectives. Here for this housing colony project he should divide his work into two parts as below: 1)Construction:
Monitoring contractor's performance and enforce all requirements of applicable codes, specifications and contract drawings. Performing field inspection and other quality control activities including necessary materials testing. Monitoring construction schedules throughout the course of construction Reviewing working days, contract time and documenting time extensions. Documentation similar to the Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM) Exhibit 16-A, “Weekly Statement of Working Days” will be required in the project file. Maintaining a daily inspector's report system that records the hours worked by men and...
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