Our Project Management Philosopy

Our interest in Project Management is to support stakeholders to achieve successful delivery of the project. We do this by carefully managing the supply chain from procurement through design, fabrication, inspection, Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) to logistics and final acceptance of the product on site. Alloy Services also offers project planning, quantity surveying and contract administration assistance.

Our team has a wealth of combined experience managing major fast track projects. Let us bring successful management practices; the right blend of local and imported skilled labour; and training experience so you can up-skill teams of semi-skilled workers; to your next project. The provision of experienced supervision and skilled labour is essential to the successful completion of any project.

Control, planning, scheduling, Quality Assurance and safety are key elements of any project, but of course with each project there are also individual hurdles. The current market see’s high site labour costs and a shortage of skilled labour a consistent challenge.

Our Australian based team and its offshore fabrication partners can build and erect all manner of structural, piping, pressure vessel and mechanical fabrication.

We are confident that our fabrication strategy can deliver the capacity demanded by a fast track fabrication schedule (now the norm for larger projects). Our strategy will ensure the successful completion of each project, safely, on time, within budget and in full compliance with standards and specifications.

Alloy Services Objectives

Our project management objectives are defined and based on the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) principles of project management. CPI becomes the responsibility of the nominated Project Manager and shall include:

  • Performance of an Alignment (the formal process for ensuring shared understanding of: project objectives and goals; roles and responsibilities; and the path forward.)
  • Management of project Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). KPIs are those areas critical to the success of a project. These will be identified during the alignment process. It is expected that they will be based on project drivers in line with the following topics:
    a) Safety
    b) Quality
    c) Environment
    d) Cost
    e) Schedule
  • Publishing the KPIs and project’s fabrication performance goals.
  • Measurement and reporting on compliance to the projects fabrication performance goals.
  • Reporting on the status of outstanding CPI actions.
  • Reporting on the schedule for team-building activities.

Key Objectives

Key objectives are also determined during the alignment process, to support the identified KPIs. They are likely to be similar to the following sample points:

  • To implement an integrated management system that enhances productivity.
  • To ensure technical integrity of fabrication works.
  • To ensure timely completion of fabrication works.
  • To ensure effective control of cost.
  • To ensure effective control of environmental impact during fabrication.
  • To ensure work is completed to drawings and specifications.
  • To establish a culture of zero lost time injury tolerance.

To learn more about how we can assist you in managing your projects, get in touch with our Managing Director David Dwyer today on + 61 (08) 9537 7558.