Project Management Process

Acubis has formalised a project management process to ensure that all communication projects are developed efficiently and delivered on time. It is critical that each project is structured and managed according to a tried and tested formula that ensures consistency of deliverables. Our typical methodology involves the following key steps:

Acubis believes that successful projects are built on early engagement and the development of a clear understanding of the project objectives. Our Consulting Engineers have multiple years industry experience and the Consultation Phase provides a invaluable starting platform for project development.

The Design & Planning Phase provides comprehensive business analysis, technology evaluation and communications systems selection, including the drafting of technical specifications to project requirements.

The Engineering Phase develops the initial design into a detailed engineering specification and includes detailed design planning, implementation planning, and drafting of project specific engineering documentation. Our engineering team provides a wealth of technical experience to our clients and ensures a quality “fit for purpose” solution is delivered in every engagement.

The Installation Phase involves the rollout of the system to the customer site/s, including the mobilisation of appropriate personnel and plant to site and the active supervision of all sub-contractors. Acubis has a demonstrable history of successful implementations of systems in large complex environments.

The Commissioning Phase involves Site Acceptance Testing and Construction Verification to ensure that all installations are completed to the requisite quality specifications

Acubis provides a comprehensive training service to assist with system transition to support.

Acubis builds on its skills and services and offers a comprehensive support service for all system management and maintenance requirements.  Our experience extends to the provision of integrated management services which allows for all services contracts to be managed by a single source.

Services include: