Project controls are a vital element of a well-executed and efficiently run project and comprises of a disciplined set of tools that assists with the daily management and performance. Our global project control teams execute workflow processes that collect and assess data and use this information to keep projects on the right track.
Soben’s project controls service ensures financial and reputational risks are minimised, whilst maximising stability and predictability on the return on investment for our clients. Utilising The Soben System™, our project managers ensure robust management of processes and a flow of accurate and quality information to ensure predictable project outcomes are attained without losing sight of the crucial detail.
Our programming service guarantees that timescales are fully understood and adhered to, ensuring final project completion meets or exceeds our client’s expectations. We employ the latest program analytics tools and systems to make sure a schedule is both robust and fit for its purpose.
Soben’s programming experts work closely to understand and manage the schedule for a project, creating a detailed plan for our teams to analyse the Level 5 details to ensure the key milestones are met. Our regular review process provides early identification and mitigation of any delays to make certain the project stays on plan and delivers for all stakeholders.
The management and control of our client’s risk is vital in successfully delivering their project on time and on budget. Our global team of risk management experts employ both quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques to proactively measure and manage risks which allows for better decision making to ultimately deliver a superior performance to maximise project outcomes.
Soben’s multi-sector knowledge and experience enables us to develop tailor made solutions to improve the performance of a project. We advise the project team on strategies for discovering and reducing certain risks, coupled with suitable cost levels, and apply a commercial approach for managing risks within the associated levels.