Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development

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Code of Practice for Project Management
for Construction and Development

Contents:
  • Inception
  • Feasibility
  • Strategy
  • Pre-construction
  • Construction
  • Testing and commissioning
  • Completion, handover and operation
  • Post-completion review and in use




Project management has come a long way since its modern introduction to construction

projects in the late 1950s. Now, it is an established discipline which executively
manages the full development process, from the client’s idea to funding coordination
and acquirement of planning and statutory controls approval, sustainability, design
delivery, through to the selection and procurement of the project team, construction,
commissioning, handover, review, to facilities management coordination.
This Code of Practice positions the project manager as the client’s representative,
although the responsibilities may vary from project to project; consequently,
project 
management may be defined as ‘the overall planning, co-ordination and
control of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting a client’s
requirements in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project that
will be completed safely, on time, within authorised cost and to the required
quality 
standards’.


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