Post Project Evaluation Work
Post project evaluation (PPE) work is undertaken on all projects and a timetable of planned reviews is available from the capital projects team. There are three different types of post project evaluation:
Once completed reviews are reported to the PPESG (Post Project Evaluation Steering Group), this group, in turn, reports to ECSG (Estates Capital Sub-Group).
Types of evaluation
A post construction review evaluates the development, procurement, delivery and commissioning processes of a project. It is performed six months after practical completion. For more information take a look at an example of a Post Construction Review.
A post occupancy evaluation focuses on the project’s delivery and service procedures. It is performed 12 months after practical completion. For more information take a look at an example of a Post Occupancy Evaluation.
A business operations review reassesses the cost of capital and the achievement of the objectives as stated in the business case. It looks at whole life revenues and costs included within the original investment appraisal and where appropriate the efficiency of the project in the consumption of energy and other utilities. It is performed 24 – 36 months after practical completion. For more information take a look at an example of a Business Operations Review.
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