Technology Owners Representative Services
Technology Owners Representative Services provide owners the confidence to deliver a project on time and budget, especially if a build is new to their portfolio or their last technology experience was not stellar.
Elements of the Owner’s Representative Process Include:
- Validation of Functional Requirements: work with owners, architects and consultants to clearly identify expected results for technology
- Review plans: ensure code and specifications are met and systems interoperability lines up with expected outcomes. Verify functional requirements are satisfied by proposed solutions
- Clarify scopes of work: call out duplication and missing gaps between systems and implementation teams
- Represent the owner: single point of contact between contractors and designers and attend key meetings providing communications and documentation
- Review proposals: review bid packages from subcontractors, vendors and service providers to verify plans are realized and the functional requirements are achieved
- Technical point of contact: single point of contact for all owner’s technology decisions
- Review estimates and timelines: verify key requirements are satisfied and dependencies are respected in the project plan and scheduling
- Facilitate owner approvals: work with GCs and sub-contractors on work order and change order approvals, perform work sign-off and acceptance walk-throughs
- Review documents: required permits, license and insurance bonding, evaluate requirements and options for procurement coverage
- Assist the owner: help with selecting technology service providers, provide pricing and timelines for owner’s approval to meet construction schedule
- Quality control: audit quality assurance and control procedures for the technology work packages, perform random QC checks during construction
- Monitor and inspect: review items as completed and accept work packages as completed, ensure functional requirements are satisfied
- Work in progress: substantiate development of subcontractors’ and vendors’ work and approve scope of values payment authorization
- Trim out and final: ensure completion of commissioning, testing and system certifications are and all punch list items are finalized
- Review and approval: final as-built documentation and sign-off on completion and hold back release
- Training: assist with scheduling and operations training, work with operational stakeholders to maximize knowledge transfer
- Certificate of Occupancy: work with stakeholders and supporting teams to ensure functional requirements are met at project completion
- Operations plan: compile equipment and systems manuals, warranties and contact information for troubleshooting
- Transition to ownership: secure final sign-off and facilitate the transition of the relationship
Are you ready to protect your investment?
Ferho knows technology. Ferho knows how technology works and how it should work together to improve functionality in any build. Contact us with any questions you may have. We welcome the conversation.