As the scale of a project gets larger, the design and construction phases suffer the problem of detachment. It becomes more difficult to benefit from the designer’s experience in the construction phase or from the constructor’s experience in the design phase. Traditional Project Management firms are able to resolve this issue to a certain extent. Yet, however, it is clear that this approach does not present a definitive solution unless the “Project Delivery” model is substantially revised.

An approach in which the design is undertaken parallel to the construction process is seen also to correspond with the principles of “Lean Management” that has emerged in the recent years as a model that enables increased efficiency in the production industry. It is not a coincidence that D&B (Design and Build) and PFI (Private Finance Initiative) projects are being increasingly considered around the globe.

As PY International, we have adopted a project management model that unifies the design and the construction phases in line with the needs of our employers. This model, while maintaining the essential principles, can vary depending on the characteristics and the needs of the organizations and the projects.

Proposed Models

At PY International, we offer our visionary, corporate employers modern models such as “Holistic Design and Build” rather than the traditional design and build models. This model, together with the BIM process, enables our employers, particularly those who are committed to transparency, open information sharing and collaboration, to enjoy closer cooperation and higher benefits.

The so-called “Integrated Project Delivery” is the most advanced model in which lean management principles are exploited. This model involves “sharing of the risk and the reward,” which is an exceptional approach in the industry, and allows for genuine business partnership among the stakeholders, and thereby ensuring:

  • Realistic and effective sharing of responsibility,

  • Long term and transparent collaboration,

  • Effective communication among stakeholders,

  • Lifetime cost cycle supervision,

  • Equitable sharing of risk and reward,

  • Focus on creativity and the value created,

  • Efficient utilization and optimum allocation of resources.

PY International’s proposed sample contracts for these models are compliant with both the international practices and the local requirements.

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