Project & Programme Recovery
Ramboll’s experts rapidly evaluate the current project situation to determine causes of uncertainty, reviewed against the validity of the projects intended goals and objectives. We know how to carefully challenge and improve project controls and stakeholder engagement to put in place recovery plans that successfully get projects back on track.
- Remediation – reviewing intended benefits, assessing project team and stakeholder confidence, deploying remediation actions
- Recovery – ensuring intrinsic value is retained, goals recovered, and confidence restored through root cause analysis and driving remedial actions in line with recovery plans
- Recovery planning and reporting – producing plans and schedules to get back on track, with effective and timely reporting of recovery activity to regain trust and drive confidence
- Realignment – taking pre-emptive steps to minimise project distress through assessing project governance; reviewing cost, time and scope integration; and driving improvement actions and accountabilities
- Claims avoidance – avoiding claims through the lifecycle by undertaking contract and constructability reviews and reviewing contract, change and claim management
- Expectation management – undertaking stakeholder impact analysis, developing stakeholder communication plans, renewing stakeholder engagement processes
- Project governance – analysing existing governance, reviewing operational application of governance, and recalibrating governance polices and procedures
- Critical path analysis – advising on float for each critical activity, identifying earliest and latest start and finish dates, reporting on actions to avoid delays
Executing large and complex projects demands the efficient and effective collaboration and integration of many diverse resources. We help ensure the right people with the right capabilities are in position to lead and support projects and have a huge breadth of expertise available to help augment existing teams or provide specific roles to bridge resource or capacity gaps.
- Team augmentation –augmenting and integrating our project change and construction management expertise with existing teams, with resource plans, long-term resourcing, and providing project functions across the lifecycle
- Examples role span – Project Director, Quality Manager, Contracts Manager, Engineering Manager, Architects, EHS Manager, Claims Manager, Quality Surveyor, Project Controls Manager and more
- Resourcing capacity and capability - reviewing existing resourcing schedules, project scope and timescales to advise on resourcing capacity and capability issues by resource modelling, analysing existing capabilities and advising on needed resource types
- Example functions – project estimating, change management, cost and financial management, assurance and audit management, project scheduling, benefits transition management
Ramboll brings a wealth of experience and expertise to review projects, portfolios and programmes to bring reassurance and confidence, with unrivalled access to project, engineering and other technical disciplines.
- Assurance health checks – conducting checks, developing improvement actions, recommending a prioritised framework of strength and development areas, checking the effectiveness of the Steering Group
- Stage gate and baseline reviews – stage gate deployment, review meetings and check lists, and reviewing time and cost schedules and deploying integrated schedule improvement
- Tender submission – reviewing project PQQ’s, tenders and bid document to help structure technical responses and bid documentation check lists
- Value engineering – value engineered cost improvements, reporting on cost of quality, scope constraint analysis, scope reduction and determining plans for future control of optimised scope
- QMS – Devising project lifecycle, designing QMS, developing processes and procedures
- Portfolio management – providing Portfolio Managers, managing change processes, advising on steps to implement portfolio management
- Resourcing capacity and capability – advising on resourcing required and potential for capacity issues through resource modelling, analysing existing capabilities, advising on resource types