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Upon taking a brief, OJ & T Consulting hold discussions with the Client/ Architect to ascertain the wishes of the Client in detail.  A preliminary report is then prepared and submitted to the Client out-lining our interpretation of the Client’s wishes and seeking confirmation that our interpretation is correct.

The preliminary report also highlights the problems posed by the Client’s wishes, the methods we propose to use to run the project on the agreed time schedule.

 A detailed program of work is agreed with the Client at this stage, and there-after, definite efforts are made to run the project on the agreed time schedule.  Progress reports are submitted to the Client regularly at times agreed with the Client.

OJ & T Consulting uses the Project Team concept in the execution of its projects.  By this concept groups of highly skilled members of staff are organised under a Project Manager to undertake the project with support as needed in certain disciplines from Associates and other specialists drawn from Universities, Industry, etc. in order to meet the specific and unique needs of the particular project.

The Project Manager provides the link between the Client or Architect and the Project Team.  He holds regular meetings with Client/Architect to provide the Client with the opportunity to review the work at different stages of completion and to alert the Client of problems that require the Client’s inputs for their solution.

Review teams are set up internally with the Principal Consultant and other key staff and for short term experts to give technical direction to any given project to ensure that the Client’s wishes are satisfied and also that the high level of technical excellence thatOJ & T Consulting is committed to is attained.