Project Management

Project management aims at supporting the project owner / manager in the complete conception and development of a construction project. The goal of our service is to optimize variables such as deadlines, cost, quality, safety, and construction system.

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It can cover from the first part (land technical analysis and/or conceptual design) to the complete management of a project and all its stages: feasibility studies, design (engineering, asset acquisition and architecture/structural analysis), technical and graphic coordination (BIM), bidding (wherein a number of construction companies are awarded the project, according to the type of building to be built), technical and administrative site inspection construction (to look after the proper execution of the project), and after-sales service once the building is operative. This service can also be considered at a determined development stage or focus on one in particular.

The following aspect are generally considered:

  • General management, with Last Planner methodology
  • Planning
  • Coordination
  • Monitoring
  • Control
  • Acceptance

In response to our search for continuous improvement and efficiency in our services, we incorporate Project Management Metodology (of the PM Institute) to obtain better performance in each of the projects in which we participate.

Project Managment Office (PMO)

The Project Managment Office (PMO) is our responsible department  for standardizing and controlling processes and performance of the projects in which we participate. This team establishes the fundamental components and steps to be developed on the project critical phases  for the correct execution of each project. The PMO office controls and develops the analysis of the information presented by each project. This allows us to improve productivity having an effective supervision, increasing the alignment of the projects with the objectives, reducing cost, standardizing procedures, tools and templates for the management, implying an increase in the reliability of information.

Last Planner

Through the implementation is the Last Planner Methodology, we can optimize the construction process of a project, which conceive as a productive process. Last Planner is a methodology born from the philosophy of Lean Construction, or construction without the “fat”, whose objective is to eliminate activities that do not add value to the production chain of a construction project. For the implementation of this methodology in a project, we work in collaboration with the designated construction company, ensuring that all parties involved in the project are aligned in terms of deadlines, quality, safety, and budget.