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1. Scope Definition
2. Project Inception
3. Developed Design Phase
4. Documentation Phase
5. Contractor Selection Phase
6. Construction Phase
7. Project Completion


  • Agree and monitor delivery programmes, and action alternative delivery strategies where necessary.
  • Agree documentation standards and monitor delivery.
  • Communicate changes widely to ensure all amendments are captured by all parties.
  • Undertake documentation audits to provide an effective and efficient means of reducing potential cost increases during construction.
  • Seek approvals for alterations and amendments as they arise to ensure the client is kept fully informed.
  • Prepare job specific specification against the approved drawings.
  • Prepare a construction contract and where appropriate tender documents that reflect the type of contract and contractor selection process to be adopted.
  • Update the budget and programme to reflect the contract documents.
  • Prepare furniture and other soft fitout schedules.
  • Place orders for long lead supply items where agreed by the client having been made fully aware of the risks if any associated with this strategy.
  • Prepare Building Consent documentation.


  • Project documentation that defines and details the extent of work required to deliver the project.


  • Clear, concise, unambiguous documentation will result in better build quality, more accurate costing and a reduction in abortive works.
  • Communication and co ordination between the project team is essential in the delivery of good quality integrated documentation.
  • Documentation should be project specific.