Water, power, sewer, lighting, telecom, line marking, fencing, kerbs and gutters, footpaths, driveways, drainage, retaining walls, street signs, landscaping, general concreting
Asphaltic concrete and bituminous chip seal, as well as retail sales of hotmix and coldmix
Pavement recycling and stabilisation
Reinforced concrete construction:
Bridges, utilities, plant rooms, retaining walls
Our vehicles, construction plant and equipment
Tendering & Contracting with Hebou
Our business is undertaking civil construction in PNG’s dynamic environment, where we understand the risks involved and take the necessary steps to manage them. Tender bids are prepared by an experienced estimator and project staff. The tendering team looks at how the project is to be constructed and prices are formulated by estimating all of the volumes and costs of the various inputs, including seeking quotes where appropriate. This allows us to better control bringing projects in on time and to budget.
The estimating team examines our capacity to meet client expectations for scope and time, and our quotes and tenders will include our price for an agreed scope of works and a preliminary program. Our quotes and tenders will provide the client with our estimate of time to complete the job, and an earliest start date. Standard forms of contract are widely used between the client and Hebou, however if no form is proposed by the client, Hebou will propose an appropriate form of contract for the client to consider.
All forms of contract are considered, from schedule of rates to lump-sum for construction only of design and construct projects.
In a design and construct contracts, Hebou undertakes design management to integrate the work of civil and structural consulting engineers that it engages. For projects that need a quick turnaround, or where the scope and associated quantities and site conditions are unknown, we would recommend a schedule of rates contract, or a cost plus percentage fee contract, to our clients. These types of contracts do require a joint approach to measurement and agreement between all parties.