Project Control Systems

Overview

To better plan and control a complex project, it has to be divided into smaller yet integrated parts that become easier to plan, monitor and control. Better control of the whole is achieved through control of the components, which are referred to as work packages, activities or tasks. Project Control Systems (PCS) allow project managers to set initial plans and objectives, while allowing them to consequently monitor and control plans and objectives.

Objective

PCS applies a verification process that compares plans against actual accomplishments during each phase of the project cycle. Reports that delineate deviations are generated which allow management to identify causes and react accordingly and to make forecasts such as fiscal requirements and projected progress or completions.

Scope of Services

UniBuild’ sophisticated Project Control Systems provide the following invaluable reporting components to assist the project manager:

Milestones Achievement Tracer

Summary Master Schedule

Project’s Delivery Critical Paths

Project Progress S-Curve

Look Ahead Schedules

Cost Loaded Payment Valuation Report

Resource Management

Procurement Management Cost Control

Project Buy-Out Report

Contracts and Purchase Orders Control Report

Payment Requisition Log Contract Control

Over Due Submittal Log

Trace Issue Report

Ball In Court Report

Pending Requests and Changes

Punch List by Contractor

Bonds and Insurance Log