TENDER STAGE

The fate of most projects is decided at Tender.

The fate of most projects is decided at Tender.

If you can get a clear set of employer requirements priced correctly, with no “surprises”, then (provided you are an exceptional engineering firm), the project pretty much takes care of itself. Get the tender wrong, and the job will be a long battle uphill. In the rain.

The Challenges

Low budget

with no confirmed revenue, everything is speculative, so everything is harder

Everything is new

design is just coming together; the project teams are just wrapping their head around the project; major changes and updates are performed

Short time frames

During Tender, you can have weeks, sometimes days, to respond and adapt to major changes 

Skeleton Teams

with fewer people doing the work and less subcontractor input, every efficiency must be gained or risks get ignored and unmanaged

ShapeDo Solution

Low budget

with no confirmed revenue, everything is speculative, so everything is harder

Everything is new

design is just coming together; the project teams are just wrapping their head around the project; major changes and updates are performed

Short time frames

During Tender, you can have weeks, sometimes days, to respond and adapt to major changes 

Skelaton teams

with fewer people doing the work and less subcontractor input, every efficiency must be gained or risks get ignored and unmanaged

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