Pan Borneo Highway Project – WPC 11 achieves 1mil safe man hours
Sungai Tangap-Pujut Link Road works package (WPC11) has joined the remaining 10 works packages that have achieved one million safe man hours. With the achievement, it could very well mean the Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak is right on track to achieve its twenty million safe man hours target by the end of this year. As at March 25, 2018, the overall safe man hours for the project has reached a total of 19, 926,523 hours, with another 73,477 hours to go before it hits 20mil mark.
PCSS has been appointed as the consultant for Pekerjaan Piasau Konkerit Sdn Bhd (PPK) to monitoring the Project Control Department of Development and Upgrading of the Proposed Pan Borneo Highway in State of Sarawak. The duration of project took 50 months period including Monthly Project Control, Monitoring, Progress Reporting Planning & Scheduling Assignment by PCSS Planning Engineer to achieve successful project outcomes in terms of time, cost and resources in order to maximize their revenue.
PCSS responsible to provide ongoing project monitoring and activity updates on a weekly basis to determine any changes in the critical path activities and prepare monthly basis. PCSS has implemented Primavera Systems and procedures specifically adapted to SRSB’s scope of work and in accordance with SRSB internal Standard Operating Procedures and their client’s requirements.
During the execution of the WPC 11 project, PCSS has developed a WBS in accordance with LBU standard WBS Structure, develop of a legitimate Level 3 and Level 5 Programme to meet the LBU pre-determined requirements and provide on provide ongoing project monitoring and activity updates on weekly basis (to determine any changes in the critical path activities) and monthly basis (according to PPK’s client requirement.
PCSS also assisting in populating the works Programme activities with direct and in-direct resources as determined by PPK PMT, the assisting in populating the Works Programme activities with cost as determined by PPK PMT to enable the development of physical and financial progress “S) curves. PCSS has facilitated qualitative risk management workshops with PPK PMT and other stakeholders to brainstorm potential risks, analyse the outputs and develop mitigation strategies as additional services. Besides that PCSS has implemented Primavera Systems and procedures specifically adapted to PPK’s scope of work and in accordance with SRSB internal Standard Operating Procedures and their client’s requirements.