Engaged to investigate and report on why construction had stopped for a large multinational corporate building a multi million dollar asset in New Zealand. The client was concerned with the lack of co-ordination between the projects team of architects, engineers, main contractor and quanty surveyors. Several planning and resource consent issues were also unresolved at the time of engagement.
We were tasked with understanding why construction had been halted and deliver a solution that would re-engage all parties. Critical to the projects sucess was re-establishing communication with the projects funders to ensure the project could be sucessfully delivered within both time and financial limits.
Corporate Logistics provided Project Facilitator services to coordinate the builder, developer, and project management relationship. The scope of work covered an 18 month period, including a quantity survey (QS) review. The value of the build was $4 million.
LED Lighting Upgrades
Corporate Logistics project managed the installation of LED lighting upgrades for a local government council controlled organisation (CCO) (LIDO). The project involved investigating client requirements and options and ascertaining industry best practice. Cost benefit analysis detailed substantial savings in power consumption for the CCO along with the provision to dramatically reduce running costs and facility down time.
Starena Products Australia
Project Management for the importation from Canada and positioning in Invercargill NZ of specialist flooring for the new netball courts in Stadium Southland.
Standby Power Analysis
Corporate Logistics partnered with an overseas manufacturer and distributor to establish the NZ wide potential to import and successfully distribute power saving technologies into the NZ domestic market. Projections were completed concerning the dynamics and characteristics of NZ wide standby power consumption along with technical product evaluations (DTL). Competitor applications/devices were appraised along with the effects for the NZ market following the potential dismantling of the Australian carbon reduction programs.
Corporate Logistics was contracted to provide project facilitation services. Investigating why work had stopped and what was required to re-engage all subcontractors with main contractor.