REDLAND Holding Group is second generation commercial construction firm that is committed to safely delivering a quality product on time at a good value.

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Red Land uses a four-stage process to execute and manage the project life cycle.

A.   Stage One( Project Conceptualization and Commitment)

Red Land assigns the project leadership.

B.   Stage Two (Project Planning and Development )

Red Land develops the baseline for project guidance and measurement, Including:

1. Review the Statement of Work (SOW) to fully understand the scope of the project.

2.Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) down to a level of manageable tasks.

3. Assign resources, sequence, and budget the individual WBS tasks.

4. Develop a resource-loaded Project Master Schedule and Budget Plan for project execution.

5. Design a Project Organization Structure to execute the project and collaborate with the customer.

6. Develop a Procurement Plan to determine the tasks to be self-performed and subcontracted.

7.Establish required subcontracts.
8. Text Box: REDLAND integrated team provides management, engineering, and horizontal/vertical construction expertise and delivers the project Installation on schedule and on budget on a low-risk basisDevelop Project Plans and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to guide and measure the project activities, Including the Quality Management Plan, Safety Plan, Security Plan, and Risk Management Plan. These plans, as well as the Project Master Schedule and Budget Plan, are collectively referred to as the Project Plan.

C.   Stage Three( Implementation, Execution, Monitoring, and Control)

Red Land holds a Project Kickoff and initiates execution of the project.

Red Land mobilizes the entire Project Team to perform the work.

Red Land ensures the necessary resources are onsite and available to perform every task in the Project Master Schedule, and Deliver the contract deliverables on time and on budget.

The Project Manager ensures all Project Plan activities are carried out, including Quality, Safety, Security, Risk Management, and Communications.

Monitoring and control of cost, schedule, performance, and quality is a top Project Manager priority during this stage. The Project Plan contains performance metrics that we continually monitor and analyze to confirm the overall quality of the project execution. Redland uses the following means to monitor, control, and continuously improve the project:

Management by walking around the site

The Project Manager, as well as the Quality, Safety, and Security site leadership are accountable for performance in their areas.


Senior Leadership Presence and Accessibility

Red Land Corporate leadership remains in contact with Redland site leadership. The Program Manager, ECO, and Corporate leadership make regular site visits and are on-call 24/7 for emergencies.

Performance Metrics

Including cost variance, schedule variance, and quality control testing results are continually collected, analyzed, and form the basis for continuous improvement. Redland detects trends and issues early, when small corrective actions are most effective to resolve the problem. We implement improvements to avoid future problems.

Risk Management

Risk management is a continual activity every meeting reviews risks and updates their status.

As part of our continuous improvements efforts, Red land institutes proactive prevention and mitigation measures when the risk rises to an actionable level to ensure no project disruptions

D.   Stage Four (Turnover and Closeout)

In this stage, Red land confirms the completion of the project scope, completing contractual issues such as final invoicing, inspecting and documenting deliverables, and turnover to the customer. Redland documents lessons learned as the basis for continual improvement and for reference in future projects.