In the planning process of many industrial construction projects, project managers are faced with a conflict of objectives: on the one hand, the construction goal cannot yet be definitively determined;
on the other hand, a commitment from the construction partner must be made promptly so that work preparation, purchasing processes and construction can begin
Especially in complex projects, the following questions then often arise:
- Are you unable to finalize all the details of the project at the time of the planned project award?
- Do you want to ensure that you are purchasing at competitive prices?
- Do deadlines play a major role in your project?
- Do you want as few interfaces as possible?
- Do you want to take advantage of the ideas of the executing construction company at an early stage and avoid rescheduling later on?
- Do you want real cost control - even if the construction target changes?
- Do you want maximum cost transparency and budget control?
In response to these questions, we have developed Mainka-Project-Partnering (MPP). This form of project realization based on partnership starts in the early phases of a project. The focus is on jointly defined project goals and close cooperation between the contractual partners. The successful implementation thus becomes a common cause and represents a win-win situation for all project participants.