Early stages of any project are critical in defining the outcome. Drawing on the skills within our dedicated economic research unit and the experience and expertise of our senior staff we provide customers with reliable forecasts of costs for various type of structures.
We have the capability to measure quantities under all alternative standard methods and our staff are trained to prepare these documents using a range of software products.
Guidelines providing for a consistent approach for various types of structures and services tenders that utilize the weighted criteria method for tender assessment.
Front-end engineering and design (FEED) plays a critical role in preparing projects for success. More than simply providing a project cost estimate, FEED comprises a thorough project scope, complete project budget, total cost of ownership, implementation timeline and initial risk assessment. All of these factors combine to help reduce risk and uncertainty during the detailed engineering and commissioning phases, and can help create value lasting throughout the production lifecycle. FEED helps establish a well-defined scope, budget, schedule, and identifies risks, resulting in greater success during implementation, start-up, and beyond. By undertaking FEED at the beginning of your project, you can minimize your overall project risks. In fact, benchmark studies show benefits of up to 30 percent reduced cost and shorter project execution times when FEED studies are performed.
We work closely with our clients to apprehend the requirements and identify solutions in a timely, cost effective and safe manner. From initial concept through to design, construction, operation and eventual de-commissioning, we support every stage of the project life cycle. Development of detailed drawings related to civil & structural, mechanical, instrumentation and electrical facilities. At this stage all the studies to be performed before starting the construction.
This peer review service typically results in recommendations for design modifications or construction techniques that provide superior performance after construction, as well as extended service life, often at the same or reduced costs.
In an age of increasing competition for financial resources, innovation and improved value are needed across all industries and levels of government. We are devoted to the advancement and promotion of the value methodology.