Project Delivery

CPP recognises that correct design, proven technology and reliable construction are the key ingredients for successful project delivery.  An effective Project Delivery Process, which can deliver these elements to the client in a timely, coordinated, safe and cost effective manner, is what matters in the successful delivery of projects.

Each project is allocated to a Project Manager who takes responsibility for implementing the CPP Project Delivery Process. Through consultation with the client, critical path stakeholders and other third party providers, this process aims to define and implement an agreed quality standard, project design management plan, the project’s organisational structure, communication channels, review points and project delivery plan. Design reviews, signoffs and ongoing consultation with the client are the keys to creating the best fit solution, which is carried out in conjunction with the design team.  CPP also conducts site visits in order to carry out site surveys, assess site constraints and soil conditions (ie geo-technical and soil electrical & soil thermal resistivity) required for the design. Throughout the design and review process, the primary & secondary design engineers and drafters work to produce a complete design package (ie a package comprising design documentation and drawings).

CPP recognises that plans change as unforeseen obstacles emerge in each project. Accordingly CPP is happy to adapt and work with the client as these issues appear in order to remain on track for a successful project delivery.

The CPP Project Delivery Process aims to ensure that each project is designed, built and delivered to the client’s requirements in a straightforward manner that has a strong focus on safety, quality, program and compliance to standards and specifications.