Developing the best working and technical solutions.
Our approach is based on “companion working” with the client, contractor and consultant working as a team. This is founded on the development of close and honest relationships between all parties and being “fair and reasonable” in the application of all contractual and technical aspects. Such relations and understanding are encouraged with the client’s Project Coordinator maintaining high presence on site and working closely with the Consultant and Contractor directly, to find workable solutions to any and all issues arising in the design, procurement, construction, installation, testing and commissioning phases of the project.
We strive to achieve the best technical solutions in all our assignments. As a pilot project, the IIWWTW is the first in the country for the client and therefore subject to many new technical challenges. We accordingly engaged staff of the highest competence in their field, particularly with respect to the treatment process and MEICA (Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation) works. Accordingly, they provide extensive liaison and engagement between the technical teams of the Authority and the Contractor, to establish understanding and agreement on technical proposals and solutions in order to deliver an effective, compliant, high quality and safe scheme. To achieve this, Egis encourages frequent direct interaction between all stakeholders and lends its expertise to both the Authority and Contractor to develop and include alternative solutions that would be best for the project.
Achieving such a high degree of coordination requires effective communication between the teams of all parties in particular, between the design/procurement and construction teams. To this end, we introduced a digital (QR Code) registration system for drawings, to ensure that the construction teams on site can check that the drawings are the latest and approved drawings.