Construction Management

    Construction Management is a professional service that provides the Owner with specialized knowledge, experience and resources to control a capital project's time, cost, quality, safety and coordinate all project participants.
The Construction Manager often leads a team of specialists, that oversee different aspects of the project, including: scheduling, safety, cost estimating, design, quality assurance, value engineering, commissioning, construction inspection, risk management, and more.
Asia Civil Indonesia provides Construction Management services to collaborate with and provide oversight to our customer, the architect, the general contractor, trade contractors and/or subcontractors to deliver the project on time, at or under budget, and to our customer's expected standard of quality and objectives.
As Construction Manager, we can manage all phases of the construction process from pre-design through post construction, including cost and budget controls, scheduling, estimating, expediting, inspection, contract administration and management of contractors, subcontractors and suppliers.
We provide a detail-diligent approach, proactively managed by a team of professionals who have the experience, knowledge, skills and technical support for each project demands.
Our team are not only credential they have seasoned, hands-on experience in the construction industry. This experience, gained in the roots of construction projects across Indonesia and abroad, gives our construction amangement teams the practical knowledge they acquire to effectively manage many types of capital projects.
We can provide construction management services, either as advisors directly to our customers overseeing construction contracts or operate “at risk”, being contractually obligated for delivering the entire capital project.

Our Construction Management Services include: 

  • Planning capital projects, including critical project activities
  • Developing and implementing recovery planning
  • Interface management, coordination
  • Effective communication
  • Constructability reviews
  • Constructions methodology development
  • Contracting strategies and project delivery systems
  • Review construction resource capability, capacity and suitability
  • Monitoring construction activities
  • Analysing progress and changing conditions
  • Evaluating impact and updating schedules
  • Risk management
  • Developing and implementing risk mitigation solutions
  • Dispute avoidance
  • Document control
  • Cost control and reporting
  • Reporting