The implementation phase incorporates the construction and associated management and surveillance of a project.
Refer to the procurement section in Technical disciplines for further information about this stage.
Document any scope changes or value engineering impact on outcomes.
Further information can be found on the benefit realisation page.
For each phase of the business case process there are technical requirements that may be relevant to your project that will need to be considered and included in addition to general guidance and templates. Aligned to the business case philosophy, suppliers are required to meet more technical requirements as an activity progresses through the business case phases.
Outlined below are the technical requirements for completing the implementation phase, by subject matter.
Suppliers are required to comply with these requirements except where varied within the scope of a contract.
For further information or advice, contact the relevant team.
|Subject matter||Technical requirements||Information||Contact|
|Community and stakeholder engagement||Review contractor's engagement plan
Plan should be appropriate for scale of project and reflect the outcomes of engagement at previous phases
|Engagement and consultation
|Economics||Economic viability tables - detailed benefits / benefit cost ratios of options||Economic evaluation manual
||Economic Evaluation team|
|Outcome delivery - detailed benefits by benefit type||Economic evaluation manual
|Risk analysis table 8.3 of the DBC template - sensitivity testing||Economic evaluation manual
|Environment and social responsibility||Review and audit Contractor ESMPs||Environment team|
|Ensure outgoing monitoring requirements are carried out|
|Geotechnical||Construction review certificate(s) for earth slopes||Bridge manual appendix F
Model documents in annex F2
|Property||Update Disposal 5 year rolling programme. Prepare cadastral survey plans and obtain approval from all stakeholders before the plans are lodged. Upon completion update Land Use Plans. Initiate the vesting of the land as road as soon as the Survey Plan is approved. Initiate the Declaration of the Road as a State Highway or Motorway as soon as the legalisation of the route is complete. Identify any designations to be revoked, deal with any encroachments and disposal of surplus parcels||Property team|
Follow the Road safety audit procedure - detailed design
Safe system compliant roadside/median
Note: guidelines relating to the process for consideration of the issues raised by the RSA process are contained in the Project management manual SM011
Review of compliance with guidelines
Review exception report and amend as required
Austroads guide to road design parts 3, 4 and 6
Integrate environmental and social commitments into procurement process including:
Subject matter specifications
|Structures||Construction review certificate(s) for bridges and other highway structures (category 1, 2, 3 and 4 and uncategorised structures)||
Bridge manual appendix F
|Updates to bridge data recorded by completing structural and descriptiveBridge data system BDS input forms||Bridge data system structural guide and forms
|Transport modelling||Economic viability - detailed benefits||Transport model development guidance||Design Practice and Solutions team|
For further information contact SM030@nzta.govt.nz.