Structural

Structural Designing will be assisting the client to get the right material adherence to the quality and to maintain the proper records and documents with Client / Vendor / Contractors / Suppliers and Architects. We will be in touch and be updating client regarding Project to avoid cost deviation and time schedule.

What can a Project Management Consultant do for clients?

  • Submitting the detailed schedule to the clients with respect to the project
  • Better control on the Estimation and Budget and completion of project on-time.
  • Avoiding unduly attitude of the Contractor during the project closure.
  • Being an expertise giving idea about the quality in construction.

QUALITY AND SAFETY CONCERNS IN CONSTRUCTION:

Quality control and safety represent increasingly important concerns for project managers. Defects or failures in constructed facilities can result in very large costs. Even with minor defects, re-construction may be required and facility operations impaired. Increased costs and delays are the result. In the worst case, failures may cause personal injuries or fatalities. Accidents during the construction process can similarly result in personal injuries and large costs. Indirect costs of insurance, inspection and regulation are increasing rapidly due to these increased direct costs. Good project managers try to ensure that the job is done right the first time and that no major accidents occur on the project.

As with cost control, the most important decisions regarding the quality of a completed facility are made during the design and planning stages rather than during construction. It is during these preliminary stages that component configurations, material specifications and functional performance are decided. Quality control during construction consists largely of insuring conformance to these original design and planning decisions.

Safety during the construction project is also influenced in large part by decisions made during the planning and design process. Some designs or construction plans are inherently difficult and dangerous to implement, whereas other, comparable plans may considerably reduce the possibility of accidents. For example, clear separation of traffic from construction zones during roadway rehabilitation can greatly reduce the possibility of accidental collisions. Beyond these design decisions, safety largely depends upon education, vigilance and cooperation during the construction process. Workers should be constantly alert to the possibilities of accidents and avoid taken unnecessary risks.