Catapult has been successfully completing turn-key system integration projects since the early 90's. Formal project management methodology is used on all our projects. Experience has taught us that project success requires early planning, continual monitoring, and most importantly full, open and regular communication with the customer.
To every project we undertake we bring a superb track-record, well-honed project management skills and a determination to succeed.
Our formal project management includes the following elements:
A preliminary project plan is developed and submitted as part of the tender. After finalizing the plan with the customer, it becomes the basis for progress reporting and measurement against contractual requirements. The plan includes:
- All jobs required of the contractor, subcontractors , the customer, Catapult and other parties.
- Job sequences, critical jobs, critical resources and critical paths
The customer receives regular (typically weekly) written progress reports. Reports refer to jobs identified in the project plan. Current and upcoming obligations on the customer are highlighted. Current and upcoming obligations of any party are highlighted. Existing or potential problems are highlighted. Supplementary reports are provided at key stages.