We don’t know about you, but we monitor project developments with a gleam of professional enthusiasm in our eyes. Projects are becoming more complex, larger in size, with tighter deadlines and – inevitably – smaller budgets. Furthermore, the use of integrated contracts means that tasks are increasingly being transferred from clients to contractors. It is essential to have a grip on these changes. And to ensure efficient management within the project: to keep it under a tight rein. Integrated project management is a means of controlling the risks and demonstrating that what is produced is what was required. And that’s precisely where Brink Management / Advies comes in. We can not only design the necessary processes, but also help your organisation ensure they are structurally embedded.
This is a project that still sparks our enthusiasm whenever we look back on it. To improve traffic flow, the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management (RWS) decided to give higher priority to tackling stubborn bottlenecks on the roadways. In the tender stage of the ‘Subliem’ design and construct project, we took charge of risk and opportunity management for Heijmans Wegen, which resulted in a successful bid. After the contract was awarded to Heijmans, we additionally took charge of process management, which mainly involved establishing processes for risk management and systems engineering and ensuring they ran smoothly during the design and construction stages.