At Chemic, Project Scope is #1. Chemic defines Project Scope as the “The work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result with the specified features and functions within given budget and schedule restraints.” Chemic project managers ensure the project is planned, controlled, and closed. The planning process is when an attempt is made to capture and define the work that needs to be done within a target schedule. The controlling and monitoring processes focus on tracking costs, scope creep, disapproving/approving project changes, and managing/assessing schedule impact. Finally in closing, an audit of the project deliverables and an assessment of the outcomes against the original plan and lessons learned are performed. Chemic believes in Single Management Responsibility as defined below:
for the execution of projects by the establishment of a seasoned Project Manager that is responsible for all client assigned aspects of the management of a project. Single management responsibility requires that the project manager integrated the efforts of engineering, procurement and construction into a unified, coherent effort towards the successful completion of project assignments. It is critical for the success of all projects that relationship with Chemic personnel and our customer’s personnel are built on trust.
Many companies rely upon external engineering services to extend and complement their core in-house staff. That’s where Chemic comes into play, filling in any gaps with the expertise to manage all phases of a project lifecycle. During the development and engineering phase of a project, Chemic can provide the following services:
Construction management of engineering scope provides single point of responsibility and relieves the client of additional resources to manage construction scope on schedule and in budget. Chemic can provide the following services to bring a project online and to completion.