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Last edited 28 Apr 2015
Construction management: outline work plan
Clicking on any of the stages will take you to the detailed tasks necessary to complete that stage. Together the tasks represent a single, consolidated project plan from the first moment it becomes apparent a project might be required right through to final evaluation of the completed project.
Stage 1: Business justification.
Stage 2: Feasibility studies.
Stage 3: Project brief.
Stage 4: Concept design.
Stage 5: Appointing the construction manager.
Stage 6: Detailed design.
Stage 7: Production information.
Stage 8: Tender trade contracts.
Stage 9: Mobilisation.
Stage 10: Construction.
Stage 11: Occupation and defects liability period.
Stage 12: Post occupation evaluation.
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