proj·ekt man·i·jer (project manager)

A project manager is a professional in the field of project management. Project managers can have the responsibility of the planning, execution and closing of any project, typically relating to construction industry, architecture, aerospace and defense, computer networking, telecommunications or software development.

Project Managers

Project Managers need to be resourceful and are typically generalists in many fields. They need specialists to deal with individual tasks whilst they manage the broader issues.

 

So when a construction or maintenance manager is confronted with an Asset Owners’ coating specification they understandably shake their head and try to understand what “painting” has to do with; High voltage testing, detection of salts, surface profile, temperature and recoat windows?

 

RAP can provide you with Quality Assurance.

 

This includes;

  • Aligning the sub-contractor quality systems to the specification.
  • Providing inspection & testing to monitor Contractor performance.
  • Reporting to the group during each stage of the project to communicate areas of success and non-compliance.
  • Providing a “Statement of Compliance” as evidence of project completion.

Included in their free initial consultation, RAP will identify your organisations strengths. Then its just a matter of assessing whether there are any skills required for the project that your team don’t possess.

 

RAP will then tailor a proposal to provide their consulting and inspection services to fill the skills gap.