project management

Project Management

Project management essentially requires the following steps:

1) Break the work into discrete tasks

2) Assign each task to a capable party, making clear the
budget, schedule and deliverables

3) Ensure each party has the information it needs; monitor budget, progress and quality, and take action to solve any problems

An example of a project requiring a high level of project management skill is the LRT2 project in Manila, which was led by KEI. Both design and construction drew together a large team covering a wide range of disciplines fromstation architecture, civil, environmental, railway, electrical and mechanical engineering, and communications and safety specialists. KEI demonstrated the highest international standards in management of the complete works of the project until successful completion.

In addition to requirements for engineering expertise, donor funded projects have strict requirements for examination of safeguards issues, and for public involvement in the decision making process. These factors, together with requirements for public tender and the approvals process, are key factors in project schedules.

KEI has vast experience on donor funded as well as privately financed projects, and is expert at assembling teams of specialists to fulfill all the project requirements. KEI provides essential support to clients for management of approvals, financing, land acquisition and resettlement, and procurement of projects.

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