MERIC TEKINMERIC LANDSCAPE DESIGN GROUP
With the Landscape Project Management System Meric Tekinmeric Landscape Design Group uses money and time in the most rationalistic way during application.
It determines its targets and with its experienced team it manages all providers and subcontractors to meet the targets.
With the use of its advanced Project Management System it keeps track of the quantitative budget use and each stage of the project in a computer generated environment. Our Landscape Architects in the application phase make sure that the project is in its highest quality and constantly enter new data to the system. That is why our clients always have access to information on the project.
The aim of Project Management is to complete a project in the shortest time with the most appropriate budget and the highest quality by using money, time, manpower machines and equipment in the most efficient way.
In today's technology its tools and the systems which are improved by using these tools methodologies that are changing not the aims.
Basic Attributes which make Project Management Successful
• Information (control of the issue)
• Experience ( control of the work)
• Control of the data
• It provides chances for control
• Management of the project becomes easier
• Increases the output of the employees
• It removes the dependency for the key personnel in operations
• People spend less time doing their work
• Access to information is rapid and accurate
• Enables management decisions to be taken
consciously and accurately
• Reduces the cost of the organization
• Saves time
• Enables easy monitoring of the project
• Provides for problems to be viewed and solved
• Provides advanced control over expenses.
• Provides rapid responses to change
• Feasibility (The collection and assessment of data involving the site)
• Project (First Draft, Definite Project, Application
Projects, Detailed Projects)
• Preparation (Offering, subcontractor specification)
• Planning (All the categories developing a work program )
• Implementation (Coordination of the programs developed)
• Accrual ( Structural and Vegetative Application)
• Measure-Assess (Collection of % data at activity end)
• Conclusion- Experience