Remodelling to the passenger terminal building at Entebbe International Airport
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This project report entails the construction methodology used and aspects of construction project management practice exercised by the author while part of the supervising consultants during the modification to the Passenger Terminal Building at Entebbe International Airport. This project was designed to cater for the rapidly increasing passenger traffic at the Airport. The project had an original contract of UGX 42,695,026,700.00 and later revised to UGX 49,099,280,704.00 due to a change in scope following the approval of the design review. The project commenced on 1st June 2016 and was completed on 30th November 2019. This report details the, contract administration during the execution stage and the application of project management knowledge areas during project implementation. The knowledge areas discussed at length include the design review process, cost, price adjustment, quality, time, and communication management. The construction methodology adopted by the contractor at every stage of the works has also been discussed at length in this report. Construction projects involve a diversity of skills that comes from the diversity of professions, specialists, and suppliers that are involved in the process from inception to end. Successful implementation of a project can only be achieved with good project management practices in place. Failure to have proper project management monitoring and control systems can easily result in poor relationships, disputes, and cost overruns on a project.