Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) March 19, 2009
Experience in building construction, project management and quantity surveying, allows Glenzeil to be part of a diverse range of projects, in a varied range of industries. Glenzeil's Project Manager, Alan Moss speaks to Australia's Best about the significance of supply chain management to Glenzeil.
Dedication to the industry and to consistency in building construction, project management and quantity surveying has enabled the Glenzeil to establish an outstanding management team.
The team of management professional at Glenzeil has the experience and qualifications to provide construction services for any type of development, including retail, commercial, residential, institutional, medical, tourism and industrial projects.
"In effect Glenzeil Pty Ltd really only provides management services," says Alan," "All of our onsite labour and materials are sourced from external contractors and suppliers. The selection and management of contractors and suppliers is therefore essential to our business.
Glenzeil's commitment to providing an expert approach to building is why the company's projects achieve such excellent standards in quality and value. Glenzeil takes pride in the management of the whole building process ensuring projects are built safely, deadlines and targets met and budgets strictly controlled. Having a hand in every aspect of the business leaves nothing to chance, particularly when external stakeholders such as suppliers are involved.
"Supply chain management has enabled us to manage risk better, build trust with our suppliers, encourages open and transparent communication, identify opportunities, improve quality, reduce costs, reduce programmes, increase safety awareness and keeps up to date with innovation," says Alan.
Whether a project is relatively small or of immense proportions, Glenzeil has the capacity to work in all market segments. Resources to ensure that a project will be finished with the best possible materials, on time and at the best possible price is guaranteed. Knowing suppliers and having a process to help choose the best supplier particular projects, gives Glenzeil the advantage.
"We consider the potential supplier's history- and ask questions such as - have they worked with us previously and was that relationship satisfactory? Having references from similar projects undertaken is important, as well as suppliers being licensed and qualified," explainsAlan.
Financially stability is another crucial factor for Glenzeil , as isavailability, which includes taking into consideration the current workload of a business. "Obviously price plays a big part in the selection process, but we will pay a premium for quality, reliability and trust," Alan adds.
The entire feature that appeared in Australia's Best Magazine can be found here: http://beanmedia.com.au/profiles/Glenzeil.pdf.
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