Keep track of everything using Project Directory. It’s a cloud-based central repository that keeps an account – from the name, role, address to assigning privileges to team members.
Project Directory gives a detailed view of the organizations and teams involved at different stages of the project.
When referencing a company and contact within a form,
save time by having a shortlist rather than having hundreds if not thousands of companies as options.
Your team can always fall back on Project Directory for reference and clarity.
It safeguards if a variation in resourcing is required or new team members are onboarded.
Store an unlimited number of instantly available contacts and assign them to any project in your organization’s project portfolio.
You can also export contacts in a standard CSV format.
Using Project Directory, you can identify any future risk related to the project falling behind schedule.
Keep checking your field team as they clock in required hours not to exceed the projected cost.
Learn more about Project Directory
- A project directory provides details of the organizations involved in a design and construction project. This may include their role, organization name, address, phone numbers, email addresses and names of key contacts.
- This is an important document that should be established as soon as appointments are made and will develop as the project progresses and there are new appointments.
It is what it says it is. It is your directory to your project. Information like the below is gathered and stored at a location accessible to the team.
- Scope of work
- Contract Reference
- List of all resources required
- Contact information of every resource involved
- Assigning privileges to your team
- The Project Directory includes list, and detailed view of organizations, and team members who may be involved at different stages of the project.
- Project Owners
- Designers (Architect/ Engineer) – generally referred to as “the Consultant”
- Contract Administrators
- Prime Contractors / General Contractors
- Third Party organizations
- Government agencies
- Financial institutions
- Insurance firms
- It may also include specific details of the roles and responsibilities of the site team.
- The project directory must be kept up to date, that responsibility for its preparation is allocated to a specific individual and strict control of its distribution.
- The benefit of having a directory is to save time when referencing a company and contact within a form by having a shortlist rather than having hundreds if not thousands of companies as options.
- Often project directory is the most underestimated aspect, unintentionally ignored and the least interesting topic from the development point of view in any project. A solid start to a project is vital, no matter how small or large a project is. Your team can always fall back on Project Directory for reference and clarity. It further safeguards if a variation in resourcing is required or new team members are brought on to the team—an ideal starting point.
- Novologic’s Project Directory is a one-stop to get detailed information of the time and resources you have spent. It helps you go back to the contract and verify if everything is going as agreed with the client. Using this module, you can identify any future risk related to the project falling behind schedule. Check if your field team clocks in at the required hours so you do not exceed the projected cost.
- Novologic’s Project Directory stores all contact data for project team members and vendors and enables permissions to be set for each solution in Novologic, controlling who has access to what information.
- Store an unlimited number of contacts – Novologic project management software stores an unlimited number of contacts in its database that are instantly available to anyone on your team. Once entered, those contacts can be assigned to any project in your organization’s project portfolio. Contacts can also be exported in a standard CSV format.
- Share contact information with your team: Novologic offers the ability to set user permissions at the individual tool level and both company and the project level. This permission functionality is standard, and all of the grounds and user administrations are infinitely configurable and customizable for every user at each company and on each project. Users will only see what you want them to—if an architect should have access to the RFI Tool on a project, but not the Submittals Tool; those changes can easily be made within Novologic.
Novologic Project Directory at a glance
One-stop to get detailed information of the time and resources you have spent.
Identify any future risk related to the project falling behind schedule.
Go back to the contract and verify if everything is going as agreed with the client.
Check if you field team clocks in at the required hours so you do not exceed the projected cost.