Project Description

A tenant fit up project to prepare a newly constructed building for a call center operation.

Role:Project Management
Client:Pinoy Partners Outsourcing Corp
Location:Dumaguete City
Surface Area:350 sqm
Value:2,500,000 php
Consultant:Reynaldo Katada

Project Overview

Pinoy Partners Outsourcing Corporation, a Manila based call center has decided to take advantage of the lower costs of doing business in Dumaguete City and is opening up a satellite facility to accomodate the high growth potential of their industry. Our Sister Company, PhilX support Services has found them a lease space, and we have started the process of preparing the raw space for occupancy. the rental space is in a new building currently in the last phases of construction, centrally located on Perdices St. in downtown Dumaguete City.

FINISHING AND TURNOVER

With the client pushing for turnover of the completed project as soon as possible so that they can commence operations, the push is on to finalize all the finishing details. Doors need to be hung, painting touch ups completed and both the electrical and air conditioning systems requiring energization and testing, our men are working…

A/C, FLOORING AND CEILING

With the electrical roughing all complete, we then started on Air conditioning, ceiling and flooring. The client provided 3 five ton floor models which were used for the main call center floor and for all the offices we used new split type inverter units. All compressors were mounted on the exterior catwalk adjacent to the…

CALL CENTER FIT UP PROGRESS

Our first stage was the layout and construction of the steel stud partition walls complete with gyproc board sheeting to one side. Once this was complete, we were able to address one of the most important components of the project, which was the electrical. With a BPO operation, having proper power supply to all the…

CALL CENTER PROGRESS JAN 15

Though we had been awarded this contract in late December, with the holidays approaching, and the main construction site closed down, we decided to hold off our start until the New Year. Upon start-up in January, the first thing that need to be addressed was the raw concrete floor. The leased area was turned over…