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Project Management

project managementOne of NOVOPRO’s core competences is project management, which in every project, has the most potential to determine the outcome in terms of successful implementation. The lessons learned over the years have provided the managers at NOVOPRO to use sound methodology and diligence in making recommendations for decisions to be made by the client. Providing the correct information at the appropriate time is what is essential for a sound decision to be made, and project management ensures this and therefore drives all other disciplines to produce the tools required for the project to run safely, on time, and on budget.

Considering Project Management as the key ingredient in developing and implementing projects, NOVOPRO has made a point of emphasizing this aspect of its capabilities by choosing skills within its team members in order to render efficient and effective services in every field.

Client/Owner’s Representative

Acting on behalf of the client/owner’s representative is a part of the services offered by NOVOPRO which would assist the client’s team in dealing with large increases in work loads that inevitably result during project development and implementation stages. In fulfilling this role, NOVOPRO understands the reporting requirements for a sound decision-making process at various stages of the project.

Integrated Team Approach

project managementNOVOPRO works closely with the client and other consultants as one close-knit team, the client’s interests always being regarded as our primary objective. This has been achieved through participation in the owner’s team as a technical and commercial specialist in the field of magnesium. Having worked closely with and as consultants, we are well aware of all operational aspects of projects such as project control, cash flow forecasting, scheduling, manpower projection, managerial procedures, and other requirements that drive a project as it unfolds. This grants us the required skills when interfacing with clients and assisting them in the decision-making processes.