ENGIE Fabricom Project Management
Project Management underpins every aspect of the ENGIE Fabricom suite of services. We are able to offer Project Management in the guise of EPC/EPCm delivery, as a standalone function and also as an intrinsic part of our individual offerings.
We believe that effective Project Management is at the heart of everything that we do and is the keystone to the successful delivery of all projects form the smallest piece of consultancy work to a fully integrated cradle to grave offering.
Our in-house Project Management team is committed to delivering to our customers, on time, on budget, quality compliant and safely delivered projects and solutions. We employ a suite of tools and techniques to achieve these goals which covers all aspects such as planning, cost control, purchasing, resource management, quality and safety deliverables.
The leading tools to meet project objectives are:
- Project organisation and control plan
- Project execution plan
- Safety plan
- CDM plan
- Risk register
- Detailed project schedule complete with resource allocation, s curves, earned value etc. levels 2 – 5
- Man hour and cost control reports
- Technical queries and requests for information
- Document control
We also employ in-house, bespoke tools, to compliment the more traditional software:
- Electronic Project Management Systems (EPMS)
- Cost Time Resource (CTR’s)
- ENGIE Fabricom Project Control System (FPCS)
The EPMS and CTR systems provide details on real time project costs, planned and expended hours, earned value analysis and productivity.
FPCS is a comprehensive system used to manage real time project control within the construction phase of a multi-disciplined project. The system comprises 8 key modules covering the following aspects:
- Document control
- Work pack preparation
- QC management
- Materials management
- Construction management
- Test engineering
- Planning and progress reporting
- Cost engineering
We firmly believe that by employing these tools we are able to meet all stakeholder expectations including client, suppliers, and employees. Regular communications between all engaged parties ensures that feedback is gained, implemented and provides the basis for continual improvement.