Starting at the Tender stage, Al Nadha’s estimation engineers will carefully review the drawings and specifications of a project to ensure the accuracy of Bill of Quantities prior to finalizing the offers for all enquiry.
After submitting the techno commercial offer, immediate call to the client is made to confirm receipt of the quotation. And regular follow up call is conducted within 3 days to determine the status of the offer. Prepared Material submittal, Pre-qualification documents, typical Shop drawings will submitted for more clarity. The client decides whether the offer is acceptable or not and a revised offer is submitted if required. Again commercial discussion will continuously follows. And order confirmation comes in LPO, Work Order or Sub-contract agreement.
Once a project is awarded to Al Nadha, the planning for all orders are individually and prepared based on the approval construction program supplied by the Main Contractor.
Planning of work are prepared using MS Project software, and the Project Manager Will reviews all the programs prior to submission.
Planning will include the procurement, fabrication, assembly, and delivery and erection phases as necessary.
Design & Shop Drawing Preperation
ANAG Engineers will carefully coordinates with the customer to ensure that all their design and architectural concepts are met and implemented into the design.
During the shop drawing preparations, any discrepancies or problems in the architectural drawings is highlighted to the customer to avoid future conflicts during execution. Furthermore, any potential unfeasible design requirement by the customer is also highlighted, and alternatives are proposed that are feasible yet do not sacrifice the quality or design envisioned by the customer.
Preparation and submission of drawings are done in sequence with times that are compatible with the approved programs of work. All shop drawings are thoroughly checked and reviewed by the designated Engineer for the project before submitting for approval.
Only approved drawings are distributed and used for fabrication and erection at the site. Qualified and well-experienced draughtsman using the latest CAD drafting software prepare all shop drawings.
After the shop drawings approvals, work orders are prepared by the estimation engineer and approved by the Project Manager. Relevant technical information will be attached to the orders to correctly describe the specific requirements and approvals given.
Material is purchased from the companies who have complying with Standards, and monitor the standards using the material datasheet which we collected during the submission of the techno commercial offers. Materials like Aluminum, glass, extrusion, alloys, tolerances, tempering and coatings. Glass is also checked for compliance
with standards for double-glazing, tempering and other heat treatment, lamination, and other aspects.
All other accessories are checked using their referenced standards for conformity and approved samples/ Shop drawings. The compliant material is carefully labelled and stored to ensure it is used for the correct project.
All fabrication is carefully done to ensure the proper tolerances, finishes; assembly, performance and quality of the finished product is not compromised in any phase of fabrication.
The design department carefully prepares the relevant cutting lists and fabrication drawings using CAD and custom-made sheets to simplify the production process and ensure it is error-free. Samples are regularly erected at site to ensure their compatibility with site conditions.
The standards used for this monitoring are a combination of the different supplier recommendations, and those gained through experience from years in the industry.
Once the Quality Engineer approves the finished material, it is carefully stored until it is to be loaded to the site. The loading process is carefully done under the supervision of the Quality Engineer to ensure that it is safely transported to the site without damages occurring during the trip.
The delivery date of the material is coordinated with the site condition, based on the input from the site engineer and the Main Contractor's input. If required by the contract, the Consultant/Client is to be notified about the delivery so he may inspect the incoming material and confirm that it is to his compliance.
Depending on the size of the project, a team consisting of Project Engineers and Foremen is assigned to ensure the proper execution of the works to the satisfaction of the customer. The Project Engineer carefully studies the project and prepares the necessary resources to complete the job within the timeline of the project program.
A team of experienced Foremen is in charge of monitoring the quality and progress of works. They will highlight any problems to the project engineer who will take all necessary action to ensure that the progress is not jeopardized. The Main Contractor is always kept informed of developments and problems at the site.
Weekly progress updates are prepared by the Project Engineer to monitor the speed of work and ensure that it is in line with the project program. Any adjustment in terms of manpower or equipment is made to ensure the end date is met.
The Project Engineer will routinely offer various areas for the inspection of the Consultant, as per the project requirement, to ensure that work is being done satisfactorily and that no rejections will be made later on that may delay the project.
All the snags and comments are rectified to ensure the handing over process is smooth and satisfactory to all parties concerned.