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What kind of implementation form is suitable for your project?

The choice of the form of implementation of the project is a decisive step in a construction project, affecting its course, cost and final result. The right form of project implementation supports the goals set for the project and reduces risks. Sweco’s experts will help you choose the solution that best supports your project.

The right form of project implementation ensures cost-effectiveness and quality

When making the selection, the most important thing is to identify the objectives of the project, how they will be most likely to be achieved, what kind of things you want to influence as the project progresses, and how and with what resources the project will be managed. The scope of the project, technical and qualitative requirements and possible risks also influence the choice.

We help you compare different forms of implementation and contracts (e.g. total and contract, project management contract PJU, project management service PJP, alliance and hybrid models) and choose the format that best supports the project goals, also taking into account cost-effectiveness and quality.

Sweco’s experienced experts will help you choose the most cost-effective solution that best supports the project’s objectives.

What does the contract form of the project determine?

Implementation and contract form refers to a way of procuring or tendering a construction project. It is a process by which the planning and implementation of the project is carried out and the responsibilities and commercial terms of the project are agreed between the parties.

The contract form determines the project:

  1. Method of procurement of construction and design services and contractors (design and contract form)
  2. Contractual relations between the parties
  3. Division of responsibilities
  4. Decision-making processes and how transparent the project is.

Things to consider when choosing the form of project implementation include:

  1. Objectives set for the project
  2. Scope and complexity of the construction project
  3. Degree of design completion
  4. Technical complexity
  5. Possible special circumstances
  6. Project funding model
  7. Schedule and budget
  8. Risk management
  9. User initial data (functional and technical requirements)
  10. Market
  11. The client’s expertise and resources.

Contact us and let’s map out the most suitable implementation form for your project together!


Juha Mäkelä

Project Management Services

Michael Träskelin

Areal Director, South

Petri Kaikkonen

Areal Director, North

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