Aamsko Project Management Services

Strategic Procurement & Cost Control

Implementing process and measure to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget, maximising value and minimising financial risk.

The New Zealand construction market is experiencing unprecedented activity, leading to increased price volatility and complicating the procurement process. Securing the optimal resources at the right time and cost is crucial for delivering projects on schedule and within budget. Contract procurement is a critical component of every project, addressing issues of availability, timing, cost, performance, and quality. Current market disruptions and timing pressures underscore the risks associated with various procurement options. Aamsko possess extensive knowledge of the relative benefits and disadvantages of different procurement strategies and regularly advise clients on alternatives and the most suitable strategy for a given project or program. The project consulting team at Aamsko boasts a robust background in architecture, law, and management accounting, making them the ideal choice to manage procurement and negotiation for construction projects, from specialist consultants and trades to specialized products and building supplies.

Aamsko Procurement & Cost Control Process.

  • Needs Identification and Assessment
  • Procurement Planning
  • Specification Development
  • Tendering and Bidding
  • Bid Evaluation and Selection
  • Contract Negotiation and Award
  • Contract Administration
  • Procurement Execution
  • Performance Monitoring and Reporting
  • Invoice Processing and Payment
  • Closeout and Evaluation
  • Post-Project Review

NZS 3910:2023 New Zealand Standard for Conditions of Contract for Building and Civil Engineering Construction.
NEC3 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), a flexible and collaborative framework emphasising accountability, and risk management.
We are members of the Society of Construction Law New Zealand and the Construction Accord.