Project Management

2MH Consulting specialises in project management to oversee the construction of outdoor spaces and sporting facilities for local government and sporting organisations. Engaging 2MH Consulting to project manage the construction of your outdoor space or sporting facility provides peace of mind. We manage the project on your behalf to ensure safety, cost efficiency, quality and timely completion. In short, we take the headaches away and just make it happen.

Design & Technical Specification Management

We are known for our design expertise. We work with specialist designers for every aspect of the design process to develop engaging outdoor spaces and sporting facilities. That means you get a project with impact that delivers what you need with functionality and practicality.

Quoting & tender management

Armed with detailed design and project specifications the next step is to source competitive quotations to deliver the works. We can provide the documentation to enable you to manage this process or we can manage the request for quotations process on your behalf. Many 2MH clients find this an enormous help because it saves so much time and effort.

Construction management

Project scoping, project costing, occupational health and safety management, quality assurance and more; we manage every aspect of construction on your behalf. That means your project is constructed on time, on budget and to meet the design specifications.

We offer full project management of select hold point project management. The following are an example of the hold points that are offered for a 4 tennis court construction project

Hold Point 1

Successful contractor to meet on site with Councils Project Manager, revise all OH&S documentation such as pre-construction documentation (Safe Work Method Statements, Project Schedule and Methodology, Site Management Plan, Tree Protection Plan) and insurances.  Inspect site set out and marking out, service locations and depthing should be completed.  Site set out MUST be undertaken by a suitably skilled and experienced surveyor using the appropriate equipment.  Set out by tape only is not acceptable.  All tree protection works must occur at this stage.

Hold Point 2

Demolition of existing infrastructure such as pavement, fencing, and any other infrastructure deemed to be superfluous to this new construction project.  Excavation inspection & confirmation of finished levels including subgrade preparation (the entire area) including all tree root pruning and discarded root removals.  Subgrade preparation to including trimming, compaction and final rolling.  A proof roll of the subgrade will be conducted at this site visit ready for compaction & moisture content testing.  The Council Project Manager is required to approve results prior to commencing the next layer.  Approval to proceed to the next layer will not be granted until after the required treatment, trimming and preparation of the subgrade has been satisfactorily achieved – measured via proof rolling and compaction testing.

Hold Point 3

After removal and replacement/compaction of any soft spots identified in Hold Point 2 (if required).

Hold Point 4

After installation of sub-surface drainage and root barriers.

Hold Point 5

After the construction of the entire subbase course layer (Layer 1) – see specification and civil drawings for details.  Proof rolling and compaction testing will be conducted in the presence of the Council Project Manager to determine if works can proceed to the next stage of works.  The completed layer must be presented ready for proof rolling and compaction & moisture content testing.

Hold Point 6

After the construction of the entire base course layer – see specification and civil drawings for details.  Proof rolling and compaction testing will be conducted in the presence of the Council Project Manager to determine if works can proceed to the next stage of works.  The completed layer must be presented ready for proof rolling and compaction & moisture content testing.

Hold Point 7

After installation of the tennis fencing posts and light towers.

Hold Point 8

Final preparation of pavement for concrete pour 1 including all posts, membrane, bar chairs (cover), reinforcing mesh, abelflex and expansion joints.  Installation of net post sleeves and anchor points will be inspected also.

Hold Point 9

At completion of tennis court concreting works Pour 1.

Hold Point 10

Final preparation of pavement for concrete pour 2 including all posts, membrane, bar chairs (cover), reinforcing mesh and abelflex.  Installation of net post sleeves and anchor points will be inspected also.

Hold Point 11

At completion of tennis court concreting works Pour 2

Hold Point 12

Final preparation of pavement for concrete pour 3 including all posts, membrane, bar chairs (cover), reinforcing mesh and abelflex.  Installation of net post sleeves and anchor points will be inspected also.

Hold Point 13

At completion of tennis court concreting works Pour 3

Hold Point 14

Final preparation of pavement for concrete pour 4 including all posts, membrane, bar chairs (cover), reinforcing mesh and abelflex.  Installation of net post sleeves and anchor points will be inspected also.

Hold Point 15

At completion of tennis court concreting works Pour 4

Hold Point 16

Once final preparation of courts for the new surface is completed (including final trimming of concrete pavement & surface cleaning), prior to filler application – concrete pavement shall have a final tolerance on the finished surface of +/- 4mm such that no point on the court shall vary greater than 4mm under a 3m straight edge on any two points on the new base.  A surface flood test will be conducted to determine low areas that require amendment.  28 days minimum concrete curing times must be adhered to prior to surfacing.

Hold Point 17

Placement of nominated acrylic sports surface incorporating line marking for all full size courts.

Hold Point 18

After completion of the fencing, & ancillary infrastructure (nets & posts).

Hold Point 19

After all works are at a final stage of construction for the purpose of compiling a list of items to be addressed prior to handover. Completion of rehabilitation and batter construction to finished levels, communication of any remedial works required by the Council Project Manager and or Council prior to handover (all of the above inspections are to ensure construction of the courts are in line with the civil and lighting drawings and the relevant specifications).

Hold Point 20

Handover site meeting with Council and the Council Project Manager including project sign off.  The successful contractor shall provide as builts including drainage as builts to be accurately surveyed, a handover/maintenance recommended booklet for the club/council at this handover meeting. As outlined in the specifications.  As-Builts to be submitted in digital (CAD) format on disk and also in A1 hardcopy submitted no later than 4 weeks following practical completion.

Project acquittal

When the project is complete we provide a full project acquittal to document what has been delivered and compliance with relevant standards. For local government and sporting groups this is particularly helpful prior to the stakeholder handing over the final payment to the contractor. It’s also good business practice and part of what we do every day to make life easier for clients.