Schedule Management

  • Review schedules submitted by the contractors/vendors/suppliers.
  • Submit a work schedule for project completion for the owner’s approval.
  • Supervise the quality surveyor in monitoring actual progress.
  • Assist the CQC group in the preparation of a submittal log.
  • Review any requests for work schedule adjustments submitted by the contractors and submit recommendation.
  • Promptly advise the owner (in writing) of any act or omission committed by any contractor/vendor/supplier, which may cause delays.

Quality Management

  • Assist the contractors in setting up their contractor’s quality control group.
  • Monitor the CQC group’s inspection of work on the project.
  • Witness/monitor the testing of materials and equipment.
  • Conduct regular coordination meetings with the owner and its contractors.
  • Receive/inspect materials and equipment delivered to the site.
  • Monitor progress to ensure consistency with the approved plans/designs.
  • Check samples, schedules, shop drawings, and other submissions from the owner’s vendors, contractors, and suppliers.
  • Require the contractors/suppliers to submit samples of materials and equipment to be used in the project for testing and approval.

Contract Management

  • Administer the contracts during the execution of the works.
  • Monitor the general coordination and scheduling of works.
  • Monitor the contractor’s accomplishment, manpower, equipment, and materials onsite.
  • Set upon site lines of authority and communications to ensure that the progress is unimpeded.
  • Identify potential problem areas and recommend preventive actions.
  • Evaluate work progress against planned schedule.
  • Conduct weekly coordination meetings to resolve problems encountered and to address encountered or potential delays.
  • Establish procedures for processing of submittals of subcontractors and suppliers, evaluate, check, and furnish comments in submittals.
  • Subject to value engineering, verify, evaluate, and recommend for approval by the owner and designers any revision before implementations.
  • Enforce rules and regulations, either local or national, in so far as may be applicable to the construction activities in the project site.
  • Assist and recommend solutions to the owner in the resolution of conflicts on technical problems caused by unforeseen contingencies and expediencies.
  • Enforce safety programs and ensure that the contractor is made aware that safety provisions do not relieve them of their responsibilities and liabilities for safety and/or property damages.
  • Establish and implement onsite security, first aid, fire protection, and safety programs approved by the owner.
  • Transmit in writing to all concerned parties or participant any contract interpretations where possible disputes may arise.

Documentation Management

  • Prepare and submit required number of copies of monthly progress accomplishment reports of the project.
  • Maintain records at the jobsite like records of all visits, contract documents, shop drawings, purchase documents, materials, permits, etc.
  • Ensure that the contractor maintains a current set of records, working drawings, and specifications at the jobsite.
  • Ensure the preparation and monitoring of the “as-built” plans and related documentations as the work progresses. Record all approved deviations and changes in plans.

Quantity/Purchasing and Cost Management

  • Evaluate, process, and recommend the contractor’s request for progress payments.
  • Keep the owner informed if the project may not be completed within the budget, the reasons, and the proposed solutions.
  • Evaluate change orders for fairness and legitimacy and secure approval before allowing work to proceed.
  • Upon completion of change orders, evaluate and process payment for the contractor.
  • Assist the owner in evaluation, purchasing, and payment processing of the owner-supplied materials.