The Procurement phase is a crucial aspect of any infrastructure project, and our team of experts is here to help. During this phase, we oversee contract planning and development, draft and negotiate contract terms, and manage any issues that arise. We develop accurate project scopes, manage tenders, evaluate bids, and negotiate favorable contract terms. Our budget development services ensure that your project stays on track and within budget.
We oversee the planning and development of contracts, as well as the drafting and negotiation of contract terms and fees. We also identify, troubleshoot and manage any issues that may arise, in order to ensure that the project's budget and resources align to our client's objectives.
Accurately scoping any given project is essential, and our consultants are sure to carefully tailor each contract to suit the project at hand. Our point of difference is our intimate understanding of construction practice, enabling our commercial teams to develop relevant contractual scopes without assistance.
Management of Tenders
Our team of commercial specialists effectively manage tenders for both private and government sectors and have extensive experience in pre-contract leadership across a broad spectrum of delivery models.
We undertake evaluations in strict accordance with our client's requirements, and provide state government agencies with guidance on the principles and procedures that must be followed. This ability extends to the private sector, where we develop and implement evaluation assesment processes. We administer procurement under Victoria’s broader public governance, financial management and accountability framework.
Negotiation of terms and contract award
With our clients risk exposure always front of mind, we assist in successfully negotiating, and establishing contract terms and conditions between all parties accross the full spectrum of trades in our industry.
We work with our clients to determine the elements & foundations of the project's budget, provide accurate base cost estimates, review the project's risks and ultimately establish the final budget utilising the Investment Lifecycle Guidelines.