The Construction Manager is the representative of RSNECC on the site. He is responsible for the overall management of the field activities including all construction activities, field engineering, administration, interfaces with the Client, field organization and supervision of the Contractors’ activities and safety. He must take great care of maintaining proper control of his assigned project in order to see to it that all phases of the work are carried out in the best interest of the project.
Construction supervision is a responsibility of the Construction Manager and consists of the supervision of civil, structural, piping, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation installation and construction activities and in the handling of the associated field engineering, material control, accounting, safety, security and environment, quality assurance and control, planning and contract administration. Depending on the size and complexity of the project and the scope of management, the Construction Manager is assisted by Discipline Supervisors.
The objective of planning, cost and progress control is to manage activities in such a way that the planned results, both financially and quantitatively, are achieved within the planned time, all in agreement with the applicable contract conditions, statutory requirements, specifications, drawings and standards regarding health, safety and environment.
RSNECC's design and engineering services are fully tailored for projects in the Oil & Gas and (Petro) Chemical, Industrial, Health & Nutrition, Utilities & Environment, Infrastructure and Property markets.
RSNECC's expertise and skills allow for fast-track project delivery. Through the application of high-end design tools such as PDMS, successive design and engineering phases can be integrated. In this way a new plant or facility is made operational in the shortest possible time.
RSNECC can offer multidisciplinary design & engineering services in all our markets. Furthermore RSNECC possess the required specialist knowledge to advise on legislation and directives such as CE marking and ATEX directives.
CPM is the overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from beginning to completion. CPM is aimed at meeting a client’s requirement in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project. CPM is project management that applies to the construction sector. The construction industry is composed of five sectors: residential, commercial, and heavy civil, industrial, and environmental. A construction manager holds the same responsibilities and completes the same processes in each sector. All that separates a construction manager in one sector from one in another is the knowledge of the construction site. This may include different types of equipment, materials, subcontractors, and possibly locations. A contractor is assigned to a construction project once the design has been completed by the architect or is still in progress. This is done by going through a bidding process with different contractors. The contractor is selected by using one of the three selection methods: low-bid selection, best-value selection, or qualifications-based selection. A construction manager should have the ability to handle public safety, time management, decision making, mathematics, and human resources.