Cost Control in Construction and Infrastructure with tools

Cost Control in Construction and Infrastructure with tools
One of the biggest headaches for growing organisations in India and globally is keeping rising operating cost under control and efficiently manage the construction/infra projects. There is a need of system that could trace and release this entrapped unseen money “Right That Moment” basis leading to profit correction

Based on data from FORBES.COM and CONSRUCTIONUK.COM, 25% of the project costs are occupied by waste or irregularities associated with material utilization, quality and construction delays. Operating cost can be reduced substantially if  the team is equipped with tools and  techniques.  With this in mind, we have organised a Workshop on Cost Control in Construction and Infrastructure Sector.

The Workshop will focus on :

  • Material Cost Reduction
  • Remedial/Rework Reduction
  • Construction Delays Reduction
  • Vendor Efficiency Improvement
  • Efficient Inventory Management
  • Client Complaints Reduction
  • Client Communication Management
  • CSAT (Customer Satisfaction) Management
  • Process Irregularity Management
  • Waste Management
  • Influence of all these above mentioned parameters on RERA Compliance
  • PESA Analytics and engineers’ scorecard based monitoring system.

 

Faculty:

Santosh Awasarkar is a Co-Founder at the Pursullence Global Business Solutions (PGBS) LLP, a Govt. Recognized Start Up with rich experience in helping out across the industries/companies to reduce operational cost by applying globally proven techniques and PGBS patent-pending IP.

He holds global exposure over 14 yrs. in deploying business optimization, business reengineering and business transformational turnkey programs with high ROI by implementing advanced technologies. Santosh coined the concept of “transformational analytics” by combining advanced transformational technologies with predictive analytics.

For Whom:

Promoters of Construction firms, Suppliers to Construction Industry, Architects, Structural Engineers and Construction Contractors, Teams from Engineering, Procurement Finance, Accounting,  Costing etc.

 

Fees (per participant)- payable to “MCCIA”: Rs. 2150 + 18% GST (Rs. 2537) for MCCIA Members and members of MCCIA Forum of Associations  and Rs 2550 + 18% GST (Rs. 3009)  for others. Fees include course material, breakfast and lunch.


When
12/15/2017 9:30 AM - 12/15/2017 5:00 PM
Where
bajaj conference room,
505, A wing, 5th floor
MCCIA trade tower, ICC complex
MCCIA, S B Road, Pune India

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