Assigning responsibility on a building project
Who should be ultimately responsible to the building project owner to deliver the design related services of the project for the entire design team: the project management team or the lead architectural consultant? Paul Sancandi of InfraSol presents this debate.
Managing the handover of your project
Towards the end of the construction stage, with the contractor nearing practical completion, the next step is to manage the project during the handover and operations start up stage. Paul Sancandi on passing the baton back to business-as-usual.
Project design management in the construction stage
At the end of the tender stage with the owner having formally awarded the project to the contractor, the next step is to manage the project during construction from a design and technical perspective. Paul Sancandi tells us how.
Processing detailed design for project managers
The detailed design stage involves developing the design to tender and construction across all the design disciplines in response to the approved schematic design report. Paul Sancandi gives a step-by-step guide of what’s involved.
Schematic design in the project lifecycle
At the end of the outline design stage, with the owner having formally approved the outline design for the project to proceed to the next stage, the next step is to get the schematic design stage going. Paul Sancandi on developing the design across all the design disciplines.
9 steps to define design requirements on your project
At the end of the business case stage of the design management in the project lifecycle, the owner should be better informed of all important design related issues and possible impacts on the project business case. Paul Sancandi on what happens during the outline design stage.
The business case for design management in your project
For infrastructure and building projects, the successful implementation of design management throughout the entire project lifecycle can make a real difference in achieving superior outcomes for the project in terms of timing, cost, quality, and value. Paul Sancandi shows how design management should fit into your project’s business case stage.