Project Lifecycle

Stage 1: Project Identification

The client always looks for a contractor that shares the same vision – to complete the project based on requirements and on-time. The client is usually the landlord, the consultant, or the main contractor.

The Project Identification starts when the client has a tender document ready for submission to selected contractors. This stage is critical in terms of getting to know the project and all participating parties, in addition to project details such as description and size, location, required system type, etc.

The key outcomes of this stage are:
– Gathering Project Information.
– Identifying Participating Parties.
– Identifying Project Completion Date. 

Stage 2: Project Design

Once we have sufficient information that allows us to fulfil the client’s vision, we immediately go through the project requirements. In many cases, the client requests changes to the project for a more efficient air conditioning system that requires further discussions. During this stage, we study the drawings carefully and define the air conditioning load of the project, in addition to defining the system description.

The key outcomes of this stage are:
– Define Air Conditioning Load for the Project.
– Translating System Requirements to Description. 

Stage 3: Project Proposal

Once we have calculated the load of the air conditioning system for the project, in addition to project requirements and description, we begin the evaluation of the project. We later produce a quotation for our works. Once a quotation is approved, we proceed to signing a contract.

The key outcomes of this stage are:
– Quotation for Air Conditioning Works.
– Agreement and Contract with the Client.  

Stage 4: Project Initiation

Once an agreement has been reached and a contract is assigned. We immediately proceed with producing a workshop drawing that translates the system requirements and description to a visual presentation known as Workshop Drawing. We also provide sample products for approval by the client. During the first days of the project, we immediately start coordination with other parties such as civil works, electrical, firefighting, plumbing, and others. In many cases, we work with all parties involved to produce a sample floor or a real-life example that is later approved by the project consultant.

The key outcomes of this stage are:
– Producing Workshop Drawings.
– Product Approvals.  
– Coordination with Project Participators.
– Sample Floor (for typical implementations).
– Project Consultant Approvals.

Stage 5: Project Implementation

Project Implementation (Stage 5) is all about performance. Our advanced project management skills is the key to maintaining communications with all participating parties throughout the project in addition to maintaining the flow of tools, material and labour. We keep an eye on project progress by other participants, and follow by our works to keep up with the project works.

The key outcomes of this stage are:
– Further Coordination and Project Communications.
– Visual Progress of our works.

Stage 6: Project Handing Over

From the early stages of the project, and more specifically from the design stage where we produce a workshop drawing of the project, we update the drawings regularly that evolves to what is known as As-Built Drawings. These changes are based on real-life situations and through eliminating interference with air conditioning works and other works that were not visible during the early stages of the project. The project handing over is conducted by specialized teams from our Services Department – the same teams that will handle the warranty of the project. The project is delivered to the client along with the As-Built Drawings, Project Documentation, and Warranty Certificate.

The key outcomes of this stage are:
– A Working Air Conditioning System.
– As-Built Drawings.

– Project Documentation.
– Warranty Certificate.

Stage 7: Project Warranty

We believe that the real testing of our systems begins after the client takes over the completed project. It is the end-user (in many cases the tenant) who may request adjusting air flow, temperature, noise, etc. Our service teams will carry out and attend to the end-users of the air conditioning system throughout the warranty period.

Stage 8: Project Maintenance

The purpose of maintenance is to extend the life of air conditioning system. Maintenance is not just fixing problems when they occur. We prevent air conditioner problems before they occur through Routine Preventive Maintenance works. This helps keeps the air conditioner in working condition when required.

How We Work

We have a systematic approach to project management allowing us flexibility and agility in terms of managing and distribution of resources. Our backbone is the Logistics Department which is responsible for the flow of material, tools and human resources from suppliers to projects throughout the project lifecycle, while our Engineering Department maintains the scope of the project through quality, time, and costs throughout implementation. We always have a back-up plan, thanks to our Services Department which allows us access to elite professionals, when required, who are equipped with the latest technology, vehicles, and expertise working together in multiple technical teams.

Advanced Project Management

Work Elements

Our ability to bring HUMAN RESOURCES, MATERIAL, and TOOLS together all the time, is our secret.

Human Resources