Guild of Project Controls: Compendium | Roles | Assessment | Certifications | Membership


START Date: 
March, 2017

1. Assessment and approval of the Contractor’s Baseline Program and supporting documents.
2. Monitoring all planning related deliverables from the Contractor and making sure that the Contractor meets the requirements in the Contract.
3. Monitoring the Contractor’s KPI’s and deviations in the progress of works and reporting them to the Contractor through formal Contract correspondence. 
4. Managing the Contractor’s time claims, event notifications and variation notices and advising the client about the Contractor eligibility for extensions of time. 
5. Building case against any possible future claims from the Contractor, through active correspondence highlighting Contractor’s culpable delays. 
6. Participating in the change control functions and advising the Client regarding the time impact of changes to the Contract. 
7. Highlighting critical issues and bottlenecks to site managers, resident engineer and project manager. 
8. Preparing forecasts and coordination with designer and Client. 
9. Preparing progress presentations, progress reports and maintaining communication with the stake holders to keep them updated about the project progress.