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Project & Contract Management for Marine Construction



Construction Project Management (CPR), or simply Construction management involves planning, coordinating, and monitoring a Project from the point it starts until it is completed. The course will discuss construction management principles, practices, techniques, and tools, to provide participants with an opportunity to learn key project management concepts. While project management principles can be applied to projects across different engineering disciplines, this course particularly emphasizes construction projects. Other than construction phases of the marine works project this course provides to the Clients/Employers additionally “Planning of the Marine Works and Pre-Construction Stage” which includes FEED Design,  Tendering, Contractor’s Design, and other main stages.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Learn construction projects management concepts and techniques
  • Discuss the complex technical and managerial challenges in managing marine works construction projects
  • Understand how to effectively addresses these challenges
  • Get acquainted with the role of project management methods in enhancing and optimizing marine works construction projects
  • Envision the overall working process, and learning ways to foresee possible developments

Targeted Audience:

  • Managers
  • Project Administrators
  • Engineers
  • Superintendents 
  • Cost Estimators
  • Anyone interested in developing their performance in construction management

Course Outlines:

Unit 1:

  • Planning of the marine works and pre-construction stage
  • Start, conceptual & preliminary
  • The pre-construction stage
  • Site investigations & hydraulic model investigations 
  • Selection of optimum port plan
  • Working drawings
  • Quantities
  • Preliminary cost estimation for tendering
  • Contract documents
  • The bidding stage
  • Tendering process

Unit 2:

  • The design process for the contractor
  • Method statements
  • Risk definition process for tendering
  • Public safety/contractor’s HSSE plan
  • Quality management/contractor’s quality plan
  • Selecting a contractor
  • Decision-making
  • Mobilization stage and execution of the temporary works

Unit 3:

  • Contract management
  • Project management
  • Scheduling & monitoring
  • Work breakdown structure
  • Project management process overview
  • How to become a project manager without a team!

Unit 4:

  • Construction stage
  • Project roles and organization structure
  • Human resources management
  • Different types of equipment, materials, subcontractors, and locations
  • Procurement management & contracting

Unit 5:

  • Cost management
  • Post-construction stage
  • Claim management (contract administration issues)
  • Claim management in construction projects
  • Common types of construction claims
  • Other most common construction claims
  • Requesting time extensions
  • Demobilization

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