Case Studies

Case Study 2 - Project Management

Following acceptance of our design for a triple validation turbidity monitor (see Case Study 1), we were requested to manufacture (and deliver) a total of 120 units.

In order to ensure that we were able to meet the deadline, we instigated project management to assess the requirements for each aspect of manufacture. This included a review of each of the processes involved to determine the most efficient method of manufacture. In addition, we were able to assess labour requirements, a list of the materials that would be needed (and when) and the timescale for procurement etc. Using this information, we were able to plan accordingly and provide the client with an appropriate schedule of works.

A director of the company took responsibility as Senior Project Manager to oversee the project and provide a point of liaison with the client to ensure that they were kept informed of progress.

Despite a tight deadline, correct planning and allocation of resources at each stage allowed us to ensure that quality of manufacture was maintained throughout. Each and every unit was subject to appropriate testing, certification and an independent PDI (Pre Delivery Inspection) report, with suitable records maintained accordingly.

We are pleased to confirm that not only was the project completed on time and on budget, but we have since made a further 31 units for the client.