Capital PFS provide the expertise and resources to successfully manage any project from inception to completion. Here follows a brief description of all duties to be performed by Capital PFS as project managers and the broader outline of the project and management parameters.


The main divisions of Capital PFS project management include:

1. Integration management 2. Scope and Planning management 3. Programmed management 4. Risk management 5. Resource management 6. Financial management 7. Construction and Quality management 8. Communications management 9. Procurement management 10. Brand building and Marketing management

The project manager sees every project as an all inclusive turnkey project and will manage every facet of the project from inception to completion. All the management functions of a project manager gravitates to the simple principles of managing time, money and resources.

Project Indicators

The main indicators of the project are :

Activities Programmed Commencement date Completion date Construction Value Complexity of Project Appointment of Professional consultants and others Principle agent duties


Typically, Consultants and professionals, whether utilized in-house or outsourced, will include but not exclusively, the following skills:

Town planner Land surveyor Geotechnical Engineer EIA Specialist Civil Engineer and/or other engineers Architect Quantity surveyor Legal Council Contractors

All of the above resources will be procured, appointed and managed by Capital PFS.

Management Methodology

Herein, we will endeavor to describe in more detail the project management specific services offered by Capital PFS.

1. Integration management

Consult with the client to establish the project scope, objectives, priorities, constraints, assumptions and strategies. Manage the integration of the preliminary design, time programme and cost budget for the works, to form the basis of planning documents to be approved by the client. Manage the initiation of the project in accordance with the approved planning documents. Manage the control of all interrelated changes to the approved planning documents.

2. Scope and Planning management

Breakdown the scope of the project into a manageable activity structure encompassing professional services and construction. Monitor the preparation of the final designs of the works through the duration of the project. Manage the acceptance by the Client of the design and construction of the works. Establish and monitor the processes of controlling changes to the scope of the project.

3. Programmed management

Develop a master project programmed integrating the interdependencies of planning, design and construction. Control changes to the master programmed to reflect actual project status. Monitor that subordinate detailed programmed are produced and maintained in conformity with the master project programmed by the other project participants. Establish responsibilities for information flow between the design team and the quantity surveyor. Monitor the preparation by the quantity surveyor of cost estimates and the cost budget for the project. Establish a format for the cost budget in consultation with the quantity surveyor that meets the client's reporting requirements. Establish and monitor the processes of controlling changes to the cost budget.

4. Risk management

Establish responsibilities for arranging project insurance and monitoring the timeous provision of proof of insurance. Ensure that all contracts are duly drawn up and concluded to conform to legal requirements.

5. Resource management

Establish the roles, responsibilities and reporting relationships between the various participating organizations for the project. Monitor that suitable key people are assigned by paticipating organizations to establish an adequate project team. Promote the development of the project team spirit to enhance project performance.

6. Financial management

7. Construction and Quality management

Establish the organization structure and responsibilities for quality management in the provision of professional services and construction. Monitor that all project participants meet their Quality and contruction management obligations.

8. Communications management

Establish the communications structure and the responsibilities for the project. Monitor the information distribution and record keeping. Collate information and prepare reports for submission to the client. Manage the closing out of the project and submission to the client of required records.

9. Procurement management

Establish the client's requirements regarding potential consultants and contractors and methods of obtaining quotations, offers and tenders. Manage the processes of preparing proposals calls and tender documents, and calling for proposals and for tenders, in accordance with agreed procedures. Manage the evaluation of proposals and tenders, and facilitate their awards. Appoint consultants and contractors on behalf of the client subject to prior authorization by the client.

10. Brand building and marketing management

Ensure at all times that the positive building of all brands on the project. Ensure the protection of the client's interest and his good name. Manage the marketing all resources through professional conduct and quality work.


Effective project management starts and end with a good plan and culminates in the management and completion of this plan. Capital PFS has all the resources and the experience, to successfully manage any project.