With a vast experience of varied change and project management services, developed and refined in the field, we offer clients consultancy services that are second to none.

Our team of consultants are highly qualified to help organisations successfully manage transformation programmes, complex projects and the change impacts that result. Indeed, within our project management consultancy they have all been in senior roles across diverse organisations, managing change through programmes and projects.

Barwasim offers the follwing consultancy services

  • Conseptual phase
  • Pre-feasibility
  • Feasibility study
  • Final phase tasks

Conseptual phase

The conceptual phase is the initial phase of a project and involves the intellectual process of developing a project idea into a realistic and appropriate project design. This phase can be time-consuming, depending on the level of expertise of the investigator. The conceptual phase is the most critical phase in a project's life-cycle where the main strategic decisions are made. The success of other phases depends upon the decisions made during the conceptual phase. Although the conceptual phase presents the greatest opportunity for productivity improvement during the construction phase, it has been given relatively little attention.

Pre-feasibility Phase

Pre-feasibility study phase is a preliminary study undertaken to determine, analyze, and select the best project scenarios. In this study, we assume we have more than one project scenarios, then we want to know which one is the best, both technically and financially. In pre-feasibility we select the best idea among several ideas. It will be hard and takes time if we explore each scenario deeply. Therefore, shortcut method deem acceptable in this early stage and can be used to determine minor components of investment and production cost. If the selected scenario is considered feasible, it is recommended to continue the study to feasibility to get deeper analysis of the selected project scenario.

Feasibility Study

Feasibility study is an engineering study based on test work and engineering analysis, which presents enough information to determine whether or not the project should be advanced to be final engineering and construction stage. This is a “go/no-go” decision point, thereby implying that sometimes the answer is NO. However, once a project is advanced to the feasibility study stage, companies often have committed considerable capital and professional reputation and therefore assume the answer will be that the project is feasible. That is also the second difference between feasibility study and pre-feasibility study. We first consider to arrange pre-feasibility study if we still don’t have idea how to get financial resource to execute the project. Unlike pre-feasibility study, we must be ready for financial resources if we move to feasibility study

Final phase tasks

This is the last of the project stages, when the final deliverables are handed over or go live. This stage provides you, your team and stakeholders with an opportunity to evaluate how successful the project was and what lessons were learned during the process. It is also wise to create an ongoing process to capture this knowledge and formally and feed it back into your project management system. Tools that give you an audit trail and a way of recording what’s taken place are useful for leveraging past projects and team efforts. Flexible systems that can easily incorporate change are especially powerful as they can be optimized quickly and immediately take advantage of new knowledge.