The project governance is the framework for initiating the decision making process in completing the project. The efficiency of the decision making process can be enhanced with the project governance process by providing relevant authority for taking the decision with respect to project activity schedule (Aschman, 2015). The quality of the deliverables can be improved by focusing on the decision related to the working platform of the project.
The gate keeping is the activity which is used for setting criteria for the completion of each phase or gate of the project. The measure of the outcome of each gate helps in analysing the efficiency of the criteria which is undertaken for completing one phase of the activity.
State Gate Approval
The project governance structure helps in achieving the state gate approval on the basis of the deliverables provided by it. The output of the work process undertaken should achieve the expected outcome of the project to get clearance in the form of state gate approval.
Front End Loading
The front end loading methodology helps in improving the quality of technology used for completing project, association between the working team members, and emphasising on the crucial or critical factors which should be completed on time for the success of the project (Michalick, 2010).
This method is best suitable for keeping the fast track of the project. Architects and engineers are appointed for completing the project on time. The emphasis is given on estimation of the scope, engineering drawings, and specification in the requirement of resources and equipment. The complexity of the project can be reduced by compressing the project activities to deliver the project faster. This methodology is used for the project which has to be completed with the limited scope of time. The cost of completing the project is relatively costlier (Merrow, 2011). The emphasis should be given on the selection criteria choose for building the team because it helps in completing the project on time with best quality of it.
Design Bid Build
The Design bid build delivery method is responsible for managing different entities related to different phases of the project such as designing, construction, and verification and validation phase. The overlapping of the process is avoided. The bid scope of the delivery process helps in completing the project with minimum cost required for the project. The agreement is signed with the contractor who provides limited budget for completing the project on the scheduled time. It is best suitable when the processes of the project are not well-defined among the coordinating team members. The risks associated with the quality of the project, over budget of the project, and completing the project on time can be minimized to very high level. It provides new opportunity to the contractor to develop good and healthy relationship with the top executives of the project. The variation in the change requirement can be handles efficiently by this project delivery method.
Engineer Procure Construct method of project delivery is mainly used by the manufacturing industries. The contractor directly communicates with the project owner in the methodology. The contract is responsible for all the activities of the project such as managing procurement of equipment and resources on the site location, estimation of the cost, and providing designing and construction process. The activities are successfully implemented after the direct verification and validation from the project owner. The planning of the schedule helps in completing the project on time with the quality outcome which received as the final product of the process. The integration of the activities from the single handed contractor helps in completing the project on time. The risks associated with the project can be minimized with the help of EPC procedures.
The contracting approach is important for the project success or failure. The complexity of the project can be resolved with the agreement with the contractors and sub-contractors for completing the project within budget and mentioned time line. The involvement of the contractor helps in managing coordination and integration between different project activities. It provides the equipment and the resources requirement for the project on time . The success of the project can be defined by settling down all the legal, technical , and social issues by signing agreement with the contract. The contractor develops the flow of activities for preventing it to go wrong and complete the project on time. The signing of the contract helps in providing responsibility to the contractor for completing the project on time within the approved budget. The employees of different skills and talents are hired on the contract basis for providing quality output (Haapio, 2007). The leadership quality of the contractors makes the integration of activities and inspired the team to deliver their effective report on time. The strategical approach of the contractor helps in resolving social, legal, and the technical issues which exist with the working of the project. The planning of the schedule helps in completing the project on time with the quality outcome which received as the final product of the process. The goals and responsibilities of the project team should be clearly defined. The project can be successfully completed without the contracting process but the project can be completed with quality only by the association of contracting process (Murray, 2014). The failure of the project is occurs mainly due to no clarity in the organization mission or goal. The contracting process helps in getting clear understanding of the project goal because of the periodic meeting arranged with the project top executives. The success of the project can be measured with the effective effort of the contractor to get quality output at the end of the project cycle completion. The root cause analysis of the project helps in predicting the cause of project failure (Mansukhani, 2015). The contractor helps in achieving the robust success of the project by resolving all the errors which are done by the contractor in completing the project. The efficiency of the project can be measured by the quality efforts applied by the contractor and sub-contractor in completing the project.
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