The execution of an organized program to define, control and direct workflow is integral to the success of any engineering project. To that end, CRI uses the system of “checks and balances” illustrated in the Engineering Flow Control diagram. This flow diagram illustrates the various pathways among Client and CRI groups that must be constantly monitored; and, consequent feedback will dictate corrective measures. Due to their changing nature, project approach and logistics must be constantly monitored by both CRI management and client, and, necessary corrections implemented with an eye on quality and scheduling. These procedures, along with a critical path time line, will facilitate the smooth flow of each project with minimal problems.
Clearly defined of Scope of Work
Clearly defined Schedule
Clearly defined Responsibilities of Mapper
Understanding of Client Design Philosophy
Defined Channels of Communications between Entities
Well Developed program of Monitoring and Quality Control