Project Control

Project controlling should be established as an independent function in project management. It implements verification and controlling function during the processing of a project in order to reinforce the defined performance and formal goals. The tasks of project controlling are also:
 the creation of infrastructure for the supply of the right information and its update
 the establishment of a way to communicate disparities of project parameters
 the development of project information technology based on an intranet or the determination of a project key performance index system (KPI)
 divergence analyses and generation of proposals for potential project regulations
 the establishment of methods to accomplish an appropriate the project structure, project workflow organization, project control and governance
 creation of transparency among the project parameters

Fulfillment and implementation of these tasks can be achieved by applying specific methods and instruments of project controlling. The following methods of project controlling can be applied:
 investment analysis
 cost–benefit analyses
 value benefit Analysis
 expert surveys
 simulation calculations
 risk-profile analyses
 surcharge calculations
 milestone trend analysis
 cost trend analysis
 target/actual-comparison

Contractor's control over the execution of the projects takes several forms and generally its extent depends on the size, nature and complexity of the particular construction project, contractor's skill and organizational and control policies. The planning and programming establish the standard against which site progress will be measured and to achieve effective control, IPMS ensures that resources for the construction of the project are efficiently combined and the production constantly monitored and reported with performance indicators.

IPMS can give staff support or establish an organization consisting of experienced personnel, to provide;
 Execution, procurement, milestone, machinery work schedules and regular monitoring through actuals,
 Periodical daily, weekly and monthly progress reports,
 Resource allocations for planning activities,
 Team and labour planning,
 Effective usage of project control tools,
 Key performance indicators,
 Future forecasts to support project management.

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