Project Management

VERITAS Contracts are a multidisciplinary practice consultant in Architecture, Civil, Structure, Mechanical, Electrical, Planning, Interior Design and Landscape. We are able to deliver on three pillars of project management concern – time, cost and design – to individual client requirements in terms of programme, value for money and design aspiration.

  1. Project Planning
    Project planning is at the heart of the project life cycle, and tells everyone involved where you’re going and how you’re going to get there. The planning phase is when the project plans are documented, the project deliverables and requirements are defined, and the project schedule is created.
  2. Cost Management
    We control and manage cost at all stages of a project. Our cost management services include resource planning, cost estimating, cost budgeting and cost control. Cost management is one of the core services delivered by our integrated project and programme management consultancy.
  3. Schedule Management
    We help control costs and helps avoid scheduling conflicts through schedule management. Our scheduling system helps you stay on track to get important projects done which finally will increase productivity and efficiency, reduce financial penalties, better supply chain management and improved financial planning which leads to better project management.
  4. Scope Management
    We help in creating an accurate document that outlines the goals, deadlines and relationships that shape the project including specific elements within this document that helps to build an effective scope statement that will minimize the risk of change orders and disruptions, while staying on budget.
  5. Quality Management
    We will ensure that all the organization’s stakeholders work together to improve the company’s processes, products, services, and culture to achieve the long-term success that stems from customer satisfaction through quality planning, quality improvement, quality control and quality assurance activities.
  6. Safety and Risk Program Management
    We run reactive risk management in response to hazard/risk occurrence, proactive risk management to address perceived hazard/risk occurrence before it actually occurs and predictive risk management actions that attempt to forecast future and potential hazard/risk occurrence.
  7. Project Manager and Engineer
    We provide multidisciplinary team who has the overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning, design, execution, monitoring, controlling and closure of a project.