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NEC4: The Role of the Project Manager

Bronwyn Mitchell and Barry Trebes


Price: £ 45.00

ISBN: 9780727763532
Format: Paperbound
Publish Date: 01/11/2017
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Page Size: 297x210mm
Number of Pages: 192

NEC4: The Role of the Project Manager

Description

NEC Roles and Responsibilities is a series of books that provide a practical guide to the key roles in the NEC4 suite of contracts. Each title offers useful guidance and practical tips, and describes the technical information and behavioural traits that are needed to fulfil the role successfully.

Written by two NEC experts, NEC4: The Role of the Project Manager outlines how the roles, responsibilities and working relationships of the Project Manager are integrated into the completion of a programme. The book highlights the critical role of the Project Manager in the successful delivery of a NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) contract. NEC4: The Role of the Project Manager is an essential guide for those performing the role of Project Manager and is also an effective companion to NEC Project Manager training courses.

Also in the series:

NEC4: The Role of the Supervisor

Contents

About the authors ix
Foreword xi
Abbreviations and other writing conventions used in this book xiii

1 Introduction
2 Overview of the Project Manager role
3 Prior to contract award
4 After contract award but before starting on Site
5 Starting on Site
6 Chronological management procedures: first month/period
7 Chronological management procedures: second and later months
8 Completion and take over
9 After Completion and take over
10 After the defects date
11 Post-project evaluation and learning from experience
12 Summary

Appendices
Appendix 1 Contract communications
Appendix 2 Checklist for what the Project Manager needs to know from the Client
Appendix 3 Checklist for what the Project Manager can look for in the contract documentation
Appendix 4 Checklist for examples of things to look for in the Scope and Contract Data
Appendix 5 Agenda for the first meeting between the Project Manager and the Supervisor
Appendix 6 Checklist for the kick-off meeting with the Contractor
Appendix 7 Checklist for templates that can be used by the Project Manager
Appendix 8 Regular meeting agendas
Appendix 9 Quality management considerations
Appendix 10 Checklist for the Project Manager for managing quality
Appendix 11 Agenda for a meeting about Defects and other matters about quality
Appendix 12 Early warning meeting agendas
Appendix 13 Checklist for sources of information to be included in the first programme
Appendix 14 Checklist for information to be included in the first programme
Appendix 15 Checklist for information to collect before undertaking the first assessmentof the amount due
Appendix 16 Checklist for the first assessment of the amount due
Appendix 17 Checklist for early warnings
Appendix 18 Agenda for the monthly meeting between the Project Manager and the Supervisor
Appendix 19 Checklist for information to be included in subsequent programmes
Appendix 20 Checklist for information to be included in the Contractor’s submitted programme
Appendix 21 Checklist for information to collect before undertaking assessments of the amount due
Appendix 22 Checklist for assessments that take place outwith core clause section 5
Appendix 23 Checklist for information to collect before undertaking the assessment of the amount due after Completion
Appendix 24 Checklist for assessment of the amount due after Completion of the whole of the works
Appendix 25 Checklists for Completion and take over
Appendix 26 Checklist for the defects date and the issue of the Defects Certificate
Appendix 27 Information that the Project Manager needs to consider for the final assessment
Appendix 28 Checklist for the final assessment of the amount due
Index

 

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