After the contract has been awarded, the first task of the Contractor’s new project manager is to draw up and submit a set of specifications. It should be based on the contents of the specifications and the contract. The Client must carefully check and approve this.
We are happy to support him in this, especially if the specifications have already been drawn up by us.
The Vendor’s Scope Specification is a particularly important document in the course of the project. Here the Contractor describes how he has understood the task and how he intends to solve it. The CL must agree here, which is often difficult for him due to lack of experience.
We provide support here by taking the contents of the specifications as a basis and checking whether the CO has considered all aspects.
Scope of Services
Vendor’s Scope Specifications is checked against the following criteria:
Are all aspects of the Specification Book sufficiently considered?
Are any additional aspects of the contract taken into account?
Is the technical design of the facilities thus in line with the requirements of the client and the project?
Are the schedules in the Vendor´s Scope Specifications realistic? The prerequisite is a complete / final specification sheet of the contractor.
Are there perhaps already indications of shortcomings with regard to the safety requirements of the Machinery Directive?
During the functional specification check, another communication partner is added in the form of the commissioned AGV supplier. Nevertheless, this task is generally possible without travelling.
The calculated costs will tend to decrease by not travelling.