Project management Portal

Data and Document Management

Project and program management is key to project success. Our project managers  hold  weekly teleconference with the Owners Project Manager and update the work’s progress and discuss any findings and developments that may require the Owners input.  Frequent communication between all stakeholders and Phoventus is vital to maintaining the schedule and timely progress.  Communication protocols will be established during the kickoff meeting and documented in the minutes of kickoff meetings and project execution plans.

Prior to issuing any report or other document to The Owners, the Project Manager will coordinate the reviews by members of the peer review team identified. Phoventus will maintain an online SharePoint portal for all pertinent drawings and coordinate access, updates and distribution to project partners and vendors.

Project Management Portal


The management, supervision, and closeout of EPC
construction contracts are fundamental to the success
of our clients. We are uniquely qualified to assist our
client in closing gaps between themselves and their
construction partners.

  • Engineering change review and alignment with contract expectations and market value
  • Cost-benefit analysis and risk allocation
  • Contractor supervision
  • Project Controls
  • Project and Program management
  • Expert and technical review of change disputes
  • Forensic engineering studies and reporting
  • Counsel technical support
  • Lien, waiver and closeout documentation management
  • Contract formation
  • Technical appendix, statements of work
    and terms of reference
  • Bid specs and RFP composition, distribution
    and management
  • Bid ratings and bid management
  • Design basis and unit measure takeoff calculations
“All of us at Entropy would like to express our appreciation for the work of the team performed as Independent Engineer for the project finance of Entropy’s 5MW Cayman Solar Project by CIBC First Caribbean International Bank.
The project was the first utility scale solar project developed in Cayman Islands, which posed a unique set of challenges. A number of unusual design and engineering principals needed to be incorporated to address hurricane force wind loading, difficult soil and rock conditions, and the lack of a substantial service and support infrastructure to accommodate the service and maintenance needs of the plant. The team worked with us to fully understand and address potential risks, delivering their work professionally, on time, and on budget.”

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