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QHSE Meaning and Evolution

QHSE is the term famous for the two professions collectively and in fact for four areas or roles i.e. Quality, Health, Safety and Environment or environmental. In some industries the security is also part of QHSE where it is abbreviated as QHSSE. In addition you may observe the terms HSEQ, …

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Project Construction Contract Review Procedure


1. Purpose The purpose of this project management procedure is to ensure that prior to submitting a Tender the proposed terms and conditions are appropriately reviewed in order to: – gain an overall appreciation of the risk profile of the proposed contract – identify any specific provisions which may be unacceptable to …

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PMC Project Manager Roles & Responsibilities

Project Manager Responsibilities

TYPICAL PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR A PROJECT MANAGEMENT COMPANY: THE PROJECT MANAGER The Project Manager shall perform the Services strictly in accordance with the skill, care and diligence reasonably to the expected of a professional international project management consultant experienced in the provision of like services with due regard to protecting …

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MEP Project Execution Strategy & Methodology

Detailed programming of all MEP work activities will be prepared in full coordination with the main contractors programme. Builder’s works drawings will be prepared to show all openings sleeves and cast in items, Wherever necessary back up calculations will be prepared and submitted to Consultant. For specialist equipment a suitably qualified specialist …

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Construction Methodology For a Construction Project Plan

Construction methodology or project execution methodology refers to the planned method of construction, taking into account all contractual and legal requirements, construction constraints, risks, and opportunities.  Project Methodology includes the temporary and permanent works and the services required to complete the construction works. Below is given a detailed methodology for construction …

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