Serving you with our Best Quality PMCC CORPORATION are extremely proud to have completed the 2nd Surveillance audit of our ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (QMS) successfully without any NCR & Observation by Bureau Veritas Certification. The scope of certification included: Project Management and Engineering services consultancy Project Management for Engineering, Procurement and Construction projects We are internationally recognised that our product services meet the needs of our clients through an effective quality management system. Our commitment to obtain and retain our ISO 9001 Certification reflects our dedication to provide our partners with high-quality, consistent services and our continuous
PMCC is very proud to have recently completed and handed over the new Mercedes-Benz Thailand Training Center. The project consisted of the construction of a new 12,500m2 training facility incorporating technical training units, classrooms, IT and e-labs, offices and recreational facilities for functions and product launching. PMCC delivered the project in the role of Project Manager and Quantity Surveyor, from initiation of the project idea, through business case development, design, procurement, construction and handover. The project was delivered on time and under budget. PMCC would like to thank the team involved in the project including the client and construction
Successful Meetings "By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail" Benjamin Franklin The key in opening the door to a successful and productive meeting is to be prepared. There really is no substitute for preparing properly for meetings and if you take one word of advice from this article then quite simply "Prepare". Preparation Whilst the above quote seems simple, it is completely true and accurate whether you are chairing the meeting, or a meeting participant. Preparation spans across almost every element of the meeting and includes preparing the following: The Agenda. What do you aim to achieve from the
Tip 1: The customer wants a working end-result. Communicate with the customer frequently and clearly to understand what the customer wants. Tip 2: Monitoring and controlling a project is of paramount importance for a successful project. Take immediate action to control your project and project outcome. Tip 3: The right project team is your key success-factor in your project. Motivation to learn and the drive to get the job done is required of each team member. Tip 4: In EPC projects, the engineering and procurement portion takes up the most time, is often underestimated and in order to get this
One of the reasons PMCC is successful in delivering complex projects for our Clients is written in this book. EPC Projects are usually challenging undertakings where the project manager requires a set of competencies not only related to management but also engineering and procurement. And many times, it is tough to explain to the team what project management and systems thinking is all about. With this book you gain great ideas about systems, how project management is linked and how to visualise it. It helped the PMCC team for the last 10 years and is still relevant to our
The Keys to Project Success: Inside the life of a Project Manager Whatever you want to do, if you want to be great at it, you have to love it and be able to make sacrifices for it. – Maya Angelou This beautifully written quote from Maya Angelou resonates well with Vanithashrree Raja, Project and Operations & Maintenance Manager who is currently working in the South Double Track project for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB). In her early 30s now, she has been actively involved in projects' lifecycles of Electric Trains, and is currently pursuing success as a Planning and Process Control Manager.
10 Ways to Manage your Time Time management, and its wise application, is a journey. Managing time requires significant self-discipline and regular review to improve to the next level. Time management starts with looking at your daily schedule. Do you know how you spend your time every day? If not, the answer might surprise you! Try analysing how much time you're devoting to your various tasks, such as attending meetings, checking emails, making phone calls, browsing Facebook, Twitter or other social media and how efficiently you work through your Personal Action List (PAL). This should list the
What Distinguishes you from other Project Management Consultants? What is it like to be project management consultants or project managers? How can you distinguish yourself from the rest? In this article, let’s answer these questions. Some of you might be starting out as a project management consultant; others may already be working on various projects. Therefore, besides clinging to your company’s mission, vision and values, let’s dive into the topics below to give you a better picture about distinguishing yourself from other project management consultants. Read more about independent project management consultant. 1. Status Quo is a no-go.
Pride, Joy and Relief. Being in this office daily is one thing. But being in the office hosting an event is a completely different experience. The most satisfying part of the evening for many of us was the look on people’s faces as they digested the new office. It releases a feeling of pride, joy and relief, knowing that our months of hard work had finally paid off. Our guests’ appreciation of our attention to detail in this office, our service of beverages and food and their overall well-being and comfort in our office warmed our hearts.
A Dream. Once upon a time, I had a dream. This dream followed me everywhere. To work, at home and even during my holidays. Yet, after struggling with corporate hierarchies, stiffness in the workplace and having difficulties turning my ideas into any real action, this dream had to wait. However, a little over 10 years ago, I was at a turning point in my life and job. I was confronted with a choice: move back to Switzerland and remain in my safe ‘comfort zone’ or take a leap of faith and journey into the unknown in an attempt