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WHO WE ARE
We take this opportunity to introduce over self as one of the fastest growing companies in the field of infrastructure development and consultancy. Began with the simple idea of taking a dream, making it a reality, and creating a better environment for people to live in, work and bring up a family.
VOLSON specializes in integrated design, Project management consultancy work, Quality control and supervision engineering, construction, and project management and has wide sector coverage with particular expertise in infrastructure, Green Buildings, Irrigation Road & bridges, elevated roads, Buildings commercial, industrial properties and coal blocks consultancy services.
Today VOLSON’S prides itself on delivering clients completed projects by fusing tremendous engineering knowledge with innovative skills, harnessing men and materials.
Efficient utilization of resource has always been our strength enabling us to provide unmatched construction services. Primary resources requiring timely management are:
Products and materials
Construction plant, tools, and equipment
Space and facilities
Project Life Cycle Management
In construction industry, each project goes through a series of identifiable phases for seamless execution. Our extensive project cycle management covers:
Pre-project site inspection
Planning & Design
Project mobilization & architectural planning
Project execution & delivery
Final inspection and termination
Focus On Cost-Benefit Ratio
A cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is a systematic process in which decisions relating to proposals are analyzed to determine whether the benefits outweigh the costs, and by what margin.
A CBA serves as a basis for comparing alternatives proposals and making informed decisions about whether to proceed.
A risk, as a measurable part of the uncertainty, is most often treated in the literature as a possibility of incurring a loss. The number and scope of the problems associated with the realization of the project is large.
Before we start their in-depth analysis (in terms of risk analysis) we should find the answers to at least three key questions