Project Delivery Process
“The successful outcome of construction projects is so often determined at the start.”
Setting out and understanding the needs and goals is also the fundamental pathway for any project to establish an effective, motivated and collaborative process throughout the project delivery. If every member of the delivery team understands what the customer is trying to achieve, their roles, and how they interact with the rest of the team, it contributes to the vision being realized.
The project delivery process or also known as the Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC) is the method in which we utilize to meet that vision for our customer and institution. This PMLC is comprised of four phases: Phase I: Initiation - Phase II: Planning - Phase III: Execution - Phase IV: Closure.
Each project life cycle phase requires the team to work in unison to meet the expected result. The phases are described below along with the tasks needed to complete it.
|Step 1||Step 2||Step 3|
|Phase 1||Work order submitted||Work order reviewed||Work order assigned|
|Phase 2||Scope development||Cost estimate timeline||Develop schedule|
|Phase 3||Solicit bids||Award contracts||Construction|
|Phase 4||Furniture and equipment installation||Move and occupy||Close-out|