eJet International can manage and oversee any aviation fuel supply project, whether a new build, refurbishment or extension of operations. This can include desktop support coupled with ad hoc site visits through to establishing a full-time site presence of expert inspectors, quantity surveyors/cost controllers and engineers under the supervision of a dedicated project manager
We work primarily with the client (whether this is the fuel operator, airport or a main consultant) but have also worked alongside the constructor to ensure they have sufficient expertise to complete a project effectively.
eJet can undertake the overall planning, co-ordination and control of a project from inception to completion. Our objective is to produce a functionally and financially viable project that will be completed on time within authorised cost and to the required quality standards.
We will project manage the process to a successful conclusion.
eJet will ensure that works are constructed in accordance with the design and specification, safeguard the quality of construction, oversee the safety of the works, and when required provide a cost-monitoring service to the client.
The role varies depending on the contract, and could include design and build, engineering, procurement, construction etc., and often most importantly ensuring that commissioning is carried out correctly, rigorously and to industry standards of acceptance.
We can work with either the employer or the contractor. Our role may also include acting as the designer and/or the engineer across the project.
Who we work for
If our client is the employer – whether an airport, airport operator, oil company or consortium – we will administer all aspects of the contract in place between the employer and the contractor.
Where our client is the contractor, our role would include carrying out an auditing role to ensure compliance with the design.
The range of services we offer is tailored to match the scope of works and our client’s requirements. They may include:
- Provision on-site of a resident engineer, employer’s site representative or designer’s site representative.
- Provision of engineering, contracts management, environmental and administrative staff as necessary.
- Auditing the construction for compliance with the design and/or specification.
- Approving limited modifications to the design (to optimise constructability).
- Quality and Environment Management.
- Vendor inspection prior to vendor qualification for placement of orders for materials and equipment.
- Vendor inspection during the manufacture of materials and equipment.
- Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) witnessing and approval.
- Site Acceptance Test (SAT) witnessing and approval.
- Technical inspection of materials and workmanship.
- Monitoring of planning, programme and progress – and compliance of progress with the programme.
- Pre-commissioning and commissioning planning, specification, witnessing, review and approval.
- Advice on contractual issues, payment and liability.
- Reporting and as-built records.
- Maintenance and defects liability period/warranty monitoring.