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Frequently Asked Question's

1. What is Project Management Consultants in Construction?

In construction industry, project management consultants perform the following tasks.

  • They ensure that all the tasks pertaining to different stages of construction are being carried out according to an architect’s design and within the stipulated timeframe for each stage.
  • They make sure that each stage of a construction project is completed within the budgeted cost without compromising with the quality of work or materials.
  • They can advise on value engineering.
  • They co-ordinate with a project’s stakeholders at every stage of a project to collect their input.
  • They provide end-users with the closeout management service after the completion of a project.

CCCPL has successfully built many projects with dedication to the work and commitment to their words. As leading Project Management Consultants of India, they can increase the efficiency of any construction project.

2. How is CCCPL PMC’s process different from others in the industry?

CCCPL has a wide variety of project management services for the clients similar to other PMC. However, the client-centric approach has helped this consultancy in standing out from others. They are attentive to their clients’ demands and personalize the services based upon their requirements.

CCCPL was founded by and has continued to prove their efficiency under the guidance of Mr. B Rajesh Nair. With three decades of experience in the field of engineering and development and having worked as the CEO and Executive Director of a leading Retail Real Estate Company of central India, Mr. Nair understands the development process as well as the business model. The success of any construction project is guaranteed under his leadership.

3. Can CCCPL guide me during the design process?

Yes, they can guide you during the design process. There is a process for PMC deliverables.

4. What services are offered by project management consultants?

The services offered by the project management consultancies differ from one business to another. In general, you will receive the following services –

  • Total Design Management:
  1. Architecture & Interior
  2. Structural design (RCC & Steel structure)
  3. HVAC design
  4. MEP designing
  5. Plumbing design
  6. Firefighting design
  • Procurement Management:
  1. Procurement planning
  2. Vendor selection and solicitation
  3. Contract administration
  4. Close-out service
  • Project Integration:
  1. Development of project plan
  2. Execution and control
  • Time Management:
  1. Development and control of schedule
  • Contracts Management:
  1. Tendering
  2. BOQ
  3. Contracts Awarding
  • Cost Management:
  1. Resource Planning
  2. Cost Budgeting and cost control
  • Quality Management:
  1. Quality planning/assurance/control services

At CCCPL, you will receive the consultancy support for every stage of your construction project.

5. What is project management consultant in construction?

The main objective of a project management consultant in construction is to ensure that every task is carried out properly and on time at every stage of a project. This level of supervision and management ensures flawless execution of all the tasks for different types of construction projects. Therefore, a project management team is hired to maintain equilibrium in a project.

Convenient Construction Consultancy Private Limited uses different measures to improve the efficiency of a project starting from the concept stage through the pre-construction, tendering and construction stages until the completion of a project. CCCPL also provides close-out management service.

6. What is the role of project management consultant in construction Industry?

Retaining the service of a project management consultant is essential in medium or large scale construction projects if you want to finish a project on time whilst maintaining the highest level of standard.

If you retain the service of a reliable and reputed project management consultancy that is controlled by experienced managers, such as CCCPL, then a project receives proper supervision at every stage.

  • Concept stage

Preliminary designs and drawing preparations for discussions, cost calculation and approval by local authority

Arrange a meeting between clients, architect and consulting engineers when developing schematics and designs

Collect all the drawings from architect and other consultants involved in a project

Review the drawings for modifications (if required)

Preparing details of the

    • RCC frameworks basement
    • Sump
    • Retaining structures
    • Foundation
    • Staircases
    • Truss works
    • Any structural steel work that is integral part of a structure or elevation features
  • Pre-construction stage

Preparing the ‘Bill of Quantities’, overall financial requirements for a project, approximate schedule for work and overall project estimate after reviewing with the architects

Estimating the overall cost of a project based upon an architect’s drawings and data from other consultants (structure, MEP, lighting, HVAC, fire-fighting and interior)

Selection of finishing materials

  • Tendering phase

Assist architects and consulting engineers with preparing the contract documents that include general and special conditions of the contract along with the ‘Bill of quantities’

Follow up with the architects and consultants to ensure that the tendering process is finished on time

Assist client/architects in

    • Completing all contract documents
    • Finalizing the contracts and award of work
    • Exchange of contract documents
    • Preparing the comparative statement
  • Construction phase
    • Construction time management
    • Cost Management
    • Quality Management
    • Procurement Management
    • Status Reporting
    • Bill checking, Certification and Peer review
  • Project close-out

Prepare and submit a closure report that includes

    • Targeted versus achieved parameters of materials
    • Investment
    • Progress etc.

7. How do you manage time in a construction project?

Each member of CCCPL knows the value of time when working on a project. They follow these steps to ensure on-time completion of a project.

  • Preparing a ‘Master Program’ for the entire project based upon the nature of all activities
  • Preparing a WBS (work breakdown structure) for the project and dividing the scope into smaller work packages
  • Designing the formats necessary to monitor the progress of work
  • Reviewing monthly progress of a contractor, compare the progress with the planned program and report the status to a client, architects as well as the office
  • Visiting the site of construction every week, arranging meetings and monitoring the progress of work
  • Coordinating the activities of all agencies, such as
    • Architects
    • Consulting engineers
    • Civil/MEP/AC/Fire/Interior-work contractors
    • Special contractors for hospital-specific services etc.
  • Ensuring that all outstanding matters and decisions are resolved and drawings are completed
  • Submitting periodic status reports to clients after monitoring the progress of work and ensuring the execution of planned work
  • Inspecting the long lead items for the procurement of necessary tools, materials, etc.
  • Following up with the consultants and vendors to collect the drawings and designs
  • Review the MEP and structural design provided by chief consultants and suggest necessary modifications

8. Why is time management important in project management?

Proper time management is as important as proper allocation of the resources. It refers to a project manager’s ability to plan and allocate the time for each activity on different phases of a construction project. A project manager can avoid these pitfalls through time management.

  • Ineffective decision making
  • Increased stress within different team members
  • Misuse of fund
  • Failure of a project

At CCCPL, experienced project managers ensure on-time execution of all tasks which prevents the misuse of funds and improves the productivity.

9. What is structural engineering?

Structural engineering is a part of civil engineering which focuses on the framework and designing of various structures enabling them to withstand the pressures and stresses of their environment. Structural engineers make sure that any structure remains stable and safe to use.

10. What do structural engineers actually do?

The primary objective of a structural engineer is to prevent the buildings, bridges or any other type of structure from collapsing through proper designing and calculation of other factors that may affect a building’s stability. A structural engineer performs the following tasks.

  • Prepare drawings, designs and reports
  • Calculate the stresses and loads
  • Select proper materials for construction
  • Provide clients with technical advice
  • Make plans and build regulations approval
  • Liaison with architects and other professionals