Indec was engaged during the feasibility stage of the project allowing the Queensland Museum Network to gain an early understanding of the project risks and implement controls when they are most cost-effective.
To help the Queensland Museum Network safeguard their collection and accommodate future growth, Indec:
- Developed a detailed schedule in consultation with a broad stakeholder group to map the critical pathway and to define the most efficient plan to execute the project delivery methodology
- Facilitated the development of a project risk register and risk management plan incorporating the use of probabilistic assessment methodologies
Our customised risk assessment tool calculated the impact of uncertainty about a risk cause and/or the controls on the final risk rating. Financial contingency was calculated from the likelihood and cost consequence of each risk according to risk as the project proceeds and risks are retired. The proposed risk treatments for the risk identified were incorporated into the program.
Subsequent to assisting the Museum with project planning, the Museum Board approved the business case and appointed Indec as the Program Manager. Indec successfully guided the program through the design, planning approval and procurement stages and has ensured the program has remained on track, on budget and within scope.
With construction commencing in October 2020, Indec is also providing project management of the construction and commissioning works and associated contractors, program governance and progress reporting.