Building Project Resilience
Projects are still susceptible to a myriad of risks and pressures even with robust project management plans and processes in place.
The future of project management lies in how well-positioned project management is in this sea of disruption and transformation, and how we build up project resilience.
Although the uptake of technology has gained momentum over the recent years and some immediate benefits are already being reaped, the changes and integration of technology need to happen in a more collective and dynamic way than merely being disruptive and adopted in isolation.
Collaboration through People
A cornerstone of resilience is the people - the project stakeholders. Projects are after all executed by people for people. The resilience of a project is only as strong as the most vulnerable project stakeholder.
Site Monitoring & Progress
Arcadis Singapore is delivering project management services for the construction of a Heavy Haul Jetty at Chawan, Jurong Island for Roll-On-Roll-Off (RORO) vessels situated within the Pesek Basin.
BMW DaDong Plant, China
Arcadis was appointed to provide overall procurement, project and construction management services to deliver the 300,000sqm expansion program for BMW.
5 Star Hotel Refurbishment Digital Scanning
In order to support the planning phase for a large five-star hotel renovation, Arcadis was appointed to produce as-built drawings.