I. Project Planning
• The contractor is responsible for supervising all work on the project site. In order to successfully manage all the complex elements that make up the project ecosystem, the contractor should plan all key project development and implementation details in advance.
II. Furnishing Project Needs
• Before starting the project, the contractor should be equipped with sufficient resources to complete the first phase of the construction process. Basic project requirements include providing competent and skilled workforces for a variety of general and professional tasks, licensed subcontractors handling a variety of specialized processes and trades, providing adequate building materials, and deploying all necessary construction equipment.
III. Project Monitoring and Management
• The contractor is responsible for the successful completion of the project in terms of timelines, costs, safety and other project-related details as specified in the project contract. The contractor shall set and observe the project schedule and budget according to the owner’s requirements; and comply with time and cost regulations. Project schedules can be changed through previous changes and adjustments during the project execution phase.
IV. Legal and Regulatory Responsibilities
• The contractor is responsible for the project to comply with all necessary legal and regulatory requirements. This means that the contractor has obtained all necessary permits before proceeding with the project. There are also issues of paying royalties for any use or application of inventions, designs, processes, products and/or equipment, which are subject to patent or royalties.
V. Health, Safety and Protection
• The Contractor shall appoint a qualified and experienced safety representative to ensure full compliance with all laws, regulations and internal safety procedures. Safety policies should include effective hazard communication plans, risk management strategies, emergency response systems, and other preventive and proactive workplace safety and protection mechanisms.
I. Project Planning