SERVICES
Architecture

Strategic Definition - Identify client’s Business Case and Strategic Brief and other core project requirements.


Preparation and Brief - Develop Project Objectives including Quality Objectives and Project Outcomes, Sustainability Aspirations, Project Budget, other parameters or constraints and develop Initial Project Brief. Undertake Feasibility Studies and review of Site Information.

Concept Design - Prepare Concept Design, including outline proposals for structural design, building services systems, outline specifications and preliminary Cost Information along with relevant Project Strategies in accordance with Design Programme. Agree alterations to brief and issue Final Project Brief.

Developed Design - Prepare Developed Design, including coordinated and updated proposals for structural design, building services systems, outline specifications, Cost Information and Project Strategies in accordance with Design Programme.

Technical Design - Prepare Technical Design in accordance with Design Responsibility Matrix and Project Strategies to include all architectural, structural and building services information, specialist subcontractor design and specifications, in accordance with Design Programme.

Construction - Offsite manufacturing and onsite Construction in accordance with Construction Programme and resolution of Design Queries from site as they arise.

Handover and Closeout Handover of building and conclusion of Building Contract.

Use and Aftercare - Undertake In Use services in accordance with Schedule of Services.

Engineering
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Architectural Engineering - Plan, design, and oversee both a building's architecture and construction.

Automation Engineering - Design, create and develop automated solutions to physical activites.

Civil Engineering - Design, construct, and maintain the physical and naturally built environment.

Coastal and River Engineering - Design, construct and maintain coastal and river related structures.

Construction Engineering - Design, plan, construct and manage infrastructure.

Cost Engineering - Management of project cost: estimating, cost control, cost forecasting, investment appraisal and risk analysis.

Geotechnical Engineering - Analysis, design and construction of foundations, slopes, retaining structures, embankments, tunnels, and other systems that are made of or are supported by soil/rock.

Electrical/Electronic Engineering - Design and application of circuitry, equipment and systems for energy efficient power generation and distribution, machine control, and communications.

Environmental Engineering -
Conduct and review Environmental Impact Assesments, including the development of effective Environmental Management Plans.

Hydraulic Engineering  -  The application of the principles of fluid mechanics to problems dealing with the collection, storage, control, transport, regulation, measurement, and use of water.

Land Surveying - Establish and update boundary lines and maps, as well as prepare sites for construction or development. 

Mechanical Engineering - Design, analysis, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems.

Quantity Surveying -  Cost planning, preparation of estimates, bills of quantities, and commercial management throughout the entire life cycle of the project from inception to post-completion.

Structural Engineering - Create drawings and specifications, perform calculations, review the work of other engineers, write reports and evaluations, and observe construction sites.

Transportation Engineering - Plan, design, operate and manage of facilities for any mode of transportation.


Project Management

Initiating and Planning - Guidelines and criteria for tailoring the organization's set of standard processes and procedures to satisfy the specific needs of the project;

Specific organizational standards such as policies, product and project life cycles, and quality policies and procedures; and Templates.

Executing, Monitoring and Controlling - Change control procedures, including the steps by which performing organization standards, policies, plans, and procedures or any project documents will be modified, and how any changes will be approved and validated;

Financial controls procedures;

Issue and defect management procedures defining issue and defect controls, issue and defect identification and resolution, and action item tracking;

Organisational communication requirements;

Procedurers for prioritizing, approving, and issuing work authorizations;

Risk control procedures, including risk categories, risk  statement templates, probability and impact definitions, and probability and impact matrix;

Standardized guidelines, work instructions, proposal evaluation criteria, and performance measurement criteria.

Closing of projects  - Project closure guidelines or requirements.