Client Side Project Management is the practice of overseeing and directing Capital Projects from the perspective of the client
Capital Works/Capital Projects refer to large-scale investment projects that involve the construction, renovation, or major repair of infrastructure or buildings.
The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) is Australia's premier organization for project management professionals.
A Bond Oversight Committee is a group of volunteers typically appointed to oversee the implementation of bond-funded projects.
Independent School District (ISD) Bond Program refers to a public school district in the United States who undertakes capital & infrastructure projects finances by a Bond
A 'Project Control Group' (PCG) is a group who steering a capital project towards its successful completion
Project Scope is the agreed summary of all parameters in a capital project – including the goals, deliverables, tasks, costs, and deadlines.
A Capital Portfolio is the curated collection of all major asset investments or projects undertaken by an organisation.
Sensitivity Analysis is a method to examine how variations in project parameters can impact the overall outcome.
A Probability Impact Matrix is a grid diagram to map out the probabilities of risks occurring on your project vs their impact if/when they occur.
The Pareto Analysis is a decision-making framework to prioritise the issues that need urgent attention to achieve the maximum project improvement.
A Trend Analysis is a computational technique that analyses historical data to try and predict the future performance of a capital project.
The Monte Carlo Simulation is an advanced risk analysis technique that uses computational models to predict probable project outcomes.
Variance analysis is the practice of comparing actual project results to what was planned or expected.
The Critical Path Method is a project management technique that identifies the most crucial sequence of tasks to drive project timelines to the fastest-possible completion.
Contract Amount in a capital project refers to the initial, approved financial commitment associated with all ratified contracts within that capital project.
Original Budget refers to the initial estimate of costs projected at the onset of a capital project or program.
A Planned Date represents the anticipated timeframe for the completion of a specific task or milestone on a capital construction project.
A Budget Adjustment refers to a deliberate modification made in a capital project's budget.
A Capital Expenditure Dashboard is a highly efficient, innovative, digital tool used for monitoring and managing Capital Expenditures (CapEx) within an organization.
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a statistical method that allows project managers to track the actual performance of the project against the planned schedule and budget.
A Capital Project is an extensive, time-bound, investment endeavor undertaken by organizations to create, upgrade, maintain or replace assets that generate long-term economic benefits.