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When embarking on a Multi-Contract Approach to Projects; the client does not deal only through one main contractor (who then sub-contracts the other parties); but rather enters into direct contracts with all the contractors who carry out the work.

This results in a flat project organogram (as opposed to a multi-layered organogram) which has the following benefits:

  • Improved communication between consultants and contractors
  • Lower capital cost on the project by avoiding mark-ups on contractors
  • Lower P&G costs (no main contractor)
  • Lower risk (if a main contractor performs poorly, the whole project suffers; whereas one contractor in a Multi-Contract project can be replaced with far less disruption to the overall project)
  • A Multi-Contract project provides far more flexibility, and faster mobilisation at the start of construction is possible
  • In the event of a time delay, such as strikes, weather, client changes; the effect on time and costs are far easier to determine on a Multi-Contract project
  • OHSA is dealt with in terms of legislation – no downside
  • The client takes out the CAR insurance policy (normally at better rates); which provides umbrella cover and avoids any split responsibilities on insurance cover

Depending on your requirements we could carry out the following:

  • Arrange for regular project meetings between the landlord and tenants so that parties can be kept fully informed of the status of the project.
  • Prepare a monthly project status report will be issued – this report will provide a status report on all aspects of the project.

We would carry out the following:

  • Assess our client’s requirements to ensure we have a complete understanding of the scope of works
  • Audit the existing premises of our client’s to assess existing problems and constraints of the existing premises
  • Define and document the full scope of work for the project. This project scope would identify all items necessary to be executed as part of this project.
  • For the success of the project it is imperative that as much detail be inserted into the Project Program as early as possible. In this way a coherent management tool is developed which can then be used to ensure that the key areas of time, financial control, resources, design, quality, procurement, construction, utility supplies can be properly managed.
  • Attend and chair all meetings within the client’s organisation to provide the necessary project inputs to ensure your consultation process is fully implemented

On all projects it is essential that the project is closed out as quickly and efficiently as possible and to this end we would provide a Project Close Out Manual which includes the following:

  • Project description
  • Schedule of all parties involved in the project including their respective responsibilities, contact names and telephone numbers Schedule of all Warranties
  • Drawing register plus a CD of all as built drawings
  • All close out certificates (Occupancy, ASIB, Engineer’s, Electrical) Operating and maintenance manuals
  • Maintenance responsibilities of the landlord and the tenant Recommendations on maintenance for the facility
  • Close out Budget setting out all final costs, signed final accounts

A Project Programme based on the Work Breakdown Structure will be prepared at the start of the project.

This programme will be used to manage and control all aspects such as:

  • Environmental Impact assessments
  • Property re-zonings
  • Lease negotiations
  • Process flow development
  • Local authority approvals
  • Design (architectural / civil / structural / electrical / mechanical / It /telephony)
  • Space planning
  • Interior design
  • Procurement
  • Expediting
  • Off site fabrication
  • On site construction
  • Relocation phase
  • Close out phase

We specialize in Industrial Architecture. This encompasses the design project and construction management of buildings serving the manufacturing, transportation, communications, pharmaceutical, storage and warehousing industries in general. This services is aimed to supplement the needs of commerce and industry.

We will provide project management services to coordinate all design disciplines such as architectural, space planning, interior design, structural, civil, electrical, mechanical and process engineering.

We would carry out the following:

  • Set up and minute regular design coordination meetings.
  • Project manage the design process.
  • Ensure all client approvals of design documentation is effectively executed.
  • Ensure that all Council and authority approvals are carried out timeously.
  • Compile and manage an effective design documentation control system inclusive of items such drawings, specification, programmes.

Based on a number of relocations we have carried out successfully for various clients we are able to assist with the following in any relocation:

  • Audits of existing furniture and equipment
  • Disposal of surplus furniture and equipment
  • Move of furniture and office equipment – calling for removal quotes and managing the move
  • Telkom and Data line applications and installations
  • IT and telephone cabling installations
  • PABX moves and installations
  • IT server and PC moves
  • Setting up Move Procedures including inputs to staff communications
  • Managing issues such as new letterheads, business cards, parking bay allocation and new Post Office mailbox applications.
  • Arranging insurances for the move
  • Clean up and reinstatement of existing premises and handover to current landlord. We will set up the necessary interface meetings with the relevant client’s staff to ensure that the phasing of the move is carefully planned and implemented to minimise disruption to staff. Our role will be to limit the time that the Client’s operational staff need to spend on the project.


  • Developing a BIM execution Plan for the project based on the needs of the client and the project team.
  • Developing BIM Protocols to define the standards required to achieve the BIM goals and to manage communication associated with the BIM process.
  • Skills assessments & workshops with the project team to ensure quality of the BIM.
  • Setting up and managing a Common Data Environment (CDE) to ensure a single point of data flow and one source of Truth for all project information.
  • Managing on a technological level, the flow and structure of the digital co-ordination information.
  • Project Co-ordination Oversight.