Projects are generally complicated and have multiple interfaces.

Our team manages contract risk allocation in a fair but firm way resulting in positive commercial outcomes for our clients.

Our contract managers and superintendents support our clients by providing critical impartial advice, which is grounded in our strong commercial and constructability knowledge developed from managing risk whilst working for contractors. Our contract managers have built it before, allowing them to understand risk intimately in delivering complex projects.

Our expertise includes the following:
  • Contract management and administration
  • Commercial management of contracts
  • Project financial control and reporting
  • Programming and planning
  • Risk management
  • Conflict avoidance and management
  • Dispute resolution

Interface Management

The purpose of interface management is to mitigate interface-related risk by recording and tracking interfaces early in the project and to open lines of communication between project participants. Documenting interfaces and providing strong communication helps align contracting parties and establish clear lines of responsibility.

The purpose of interface management is to mitigate interface-related risk by recording and tracking interfaces early in the project and to open lines of communication between project participants. Documenting interfaces and providing strong communication helps align contracting parties and establish clear lines of responsibility between them; this leads to improved project performance and a reduced likelihood of poor outcomes.

At Agonis, we understand that controlling a project’s interfaces is essential to achieving project cost, schedule, and scope targets. We use a systematic methodology when working with multiple contractors, subcontractors, clients, and government bodies to mitigate interface-related risk. We develop an interface management process that enables us to identify critical interfaces, streamline communication and monitor ongoing work progress early in the project. Our dedicated project interface management team unite parties and elements, working towards a common goal: the project’s completion.

While the varied contractors have contractual commitments to the owner, they have no direct contractual commitment between them. More and more project delivery teams are applying interface management practices to handle this gap in contractual relationships.

Substantial project and interface management expertise are vital to successfully delivering large-scale projects with multiple stakeholders. Interface management is all about ensuring communication between stakeholders is handled in a collaborative but formal manner that minimises risk and enhances visibility to help deal quickly with problems when they arise. Mismanaged interfaces can hugely impact the project’s cost and schedule and be financially debilitating for the owner and contractors involved in the project delivery team.

We have a dedicated Interface Management team who are given the tip of the spear assignments based on their experience in complex major infrastructure construction. It gives them the knowledge, ability, and credibility to ensure the smooth delivery of even the largest projects Australia and other parts of the world have to offer.

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