Project Management (PM)
AIP’s project managers are experienced in managing security implementation projects across various industries, from small scale projects to large scale projects with high contract value. A project management scope of work for a security project during the implementation stage comprises of project initiation, project
planning, project execution and project evaluation phases. Upon appointment by client, AIP’s project manager will draw out the scope, purpose, objectives, resources, deliverables and project schedules/timeline in accordance to the contract specifications, bills of quantities, security system drawings and all other contract documents. AIP’s project manager shall work with the architect and other relevant consultants in the project development to exercise due care and diligence to ensure that the client’s interests are protected. The security project timeline and deliverables shall be incorporated and fitted into the master project schedule (if the facility is a new development). AIP’s project manager shall create a project plan to define, and identify the elements of costing, quality control, project risk assessment and deliverables acceptance criteria. The project plan will be used as a monitoring and control tools to assess the project progress and delivery.
Periodic project phase review will be carried out to assess the deliverables, keep track of the actual date of implementation and closely monitor the project budget, expenditures and billing. During the execution of the implementation stage, AIP’s project manager shall act on behalf of the client to manage the security implementation stage by means of supervising the execution of the security implementation carried out by the appointed contractor(s).
This phase would involve time, cost, quality, change, risk, acceptance and communication management. The project manager will meet, liaise and coordinate with the contractor(s) to vet through the drawings, approve the equipment and systems to be deployed and gaining the client’s acceptance. The project manager will keep client updated and informed of project status, progress, risks and issues periodically. A monthly project progress report will be submitted to the client. Approaching the end of the security implementation project phase, in the testing and commissioning stage, AIP’s project manager will oversee acceptance tests on site for the purpose of administering any contract entered into between the client and any contractor and as may be necessary, including the inspection and testing during fabrication of such materials off-site and plant as are usually inspected and tested locally. after the project is completed and close, AIP’s project manager will undertake an evaluation of the project’s overall performance to determine any strengths, weaknesses and issues over the project life cycle and whether the objectives have been achieved. Such evaluation on lessons learned will generate meaningful information that can useful for the client’s future projects.