Project Administration/ Document Controlling


Project Administration provides all the administration supporting functions within a project as well as updating, controlling and communicating to relevant stakeholders, and filing all the documentation on a project.

Document Controlling would control the flow of all technical, administrative, vendor, and commercial documentation and drawings between the project team and relevant stakeholders.

By taking care of these functions in a project, it enables the project manager and other team members to spend more time on high-value activities.  ProjectLink’s Project Administrators perform either Project Administration and/or a Document Controlling function on the project.

Key Functions | Project Administration functions would typically include:


  • Taking minutes of meetings and distributing to the team;
  • Schedule updates;
  • Creating and updating of the filing structure;
  • Scheduling meetings/workshops (Schedule project charter workshop, weekly/monthly meetings, adhoc meetings, technical meetings, etc.);
  • Creating the Document Naming Convention;
  • Creating the relevant project administration templates and register’s and thereafter updating them , such as the:
    • Agenda;
    • Attendance Register;
    • Change Request Register;
    • Decision Form;
    • Decision Register;
    • Deliverable Register;
    • Issues Register;
    • Lessons Learned Register;
    • Master Record Index
    • Meeting Minutes;
    • Request for Change; and
    • Risk Register.
  • Creating the Configuration Management Plan for the project;

 

More Key Functions | Document Controlling functions would typically include:


  • Implement, if not already in place, the Document Management System (DMS). The purpose of the DMS is to provide a managed, auditable, version and revision controlled, electronic environment of the entire projects documentation. Combined with standards and DMS procedures, it will capture, store, retrieve, distribute, track and report on all Project documents.
  • Assists with Quality Assurance Audits,
  • Distributes documents via transmittal’s to recipients in accordance with the distribution matrix and standard distribution list, and verified that the packages conform to the transmittal.
  • Administers, registers all Internal Discipline Check (IDC) documents and liaises with engineers, vendors and site personnel regarding verification of documents
  • Controls and issues enquiry/purchase order packages
  • Support other departments by providing configuration data. This support includes the “as-planned” configuration and documentation of the ‘as built’ configuration including deviations, waivers as required.
  • Prepare vendor configuration requirements based on contractual requirements.
  • Coordinate configuration control board activities, which include establishing the agenda, recording dispositions, establish and maintain action item lists.
  • Period review of configuration policies and procedures to ensure continued compliance with ISO requirements.
  • Processing and distribution of project specific documentation and liaison with site office to monitor drawing packages and vendor documents.
  • Implement subsequently approved engineering changes in relation to drawings/documents.
  • Maintain current project engineering data files and assists in establishing and implementing ‘as-built’ records and status accounting systems for assigned projects.
  • Administers documents during the project close-out and handover phase.
  • Other administrative duties as directed by Project Managers and/or Document Control Managers and/or Business Line Managers.

Professional and Competent Personnel


All of our project administrators are either CAPM® certified or in the process of obtaining their CAPM® certifications. We provide ongoing training to all of our consultants and we believe in upskilling them in all disciplines of project management and not just their specific discipline.

 

Document Control Brochure


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