Last edited 13 Nov 2020

Public project: mobilisation

Project plan public project.jpgMobilisation refers to the activities that should be carried out after the client has committed funds for construction, but before work commences on site. It is a preparatory stage during which the majority of activities are managed by the integrated supply team.

Depending on how experienced the client is, they may appoint external consultants such as independent client advisers or a project manager to assist them. This means that some of the tasks attributed to the client below might actually be carried out by independent client advisers, a project manager or a contract administrator (employer's agent on design and build projects) and vice versa.

[edit] Preparing for the construction stage.

The integrated supply team co-ordinates a start-up meeting to discuss procedures that will be adopted during the construction stage (see pre-contract meeting).

There are a range of tasks necessary to prepare for the construction stage:

[edit] Mobilising

Mobilising may involve the integrated supply team carrying out the following tasks:

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