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LEIP Project Management

Project Programme

 

The construction of the LEIP infrastructure will be developed in a staged manner, so as to minimise capital expenditures while the LEIP is not fully leased to prospective tenants. The first project entails the water works followed by the security fencing and Transnet's ITF. There-after, the necessary infrastructure required to service the revenues of the LEIP operations can justify building the additional infrastructure.

Certain infrastructure is necessary from the outset, such as bulk water extraction from the Limpopo river, one of the storage dams, raw water and waste water treatment facilities and storage, entrance security and roads leading to the anchor tenants, platform preparation for the anchor tenants, stormwater management for the prepared platforms, certain electrical infrastructure.

The LEIP Project Execution Plan (PEP) is one of the project baseline document and the governing document that establishes the means to execute, monitor, and control all LEIP projects for the project operation and management teams. The PEP describes a specific plan addressing the most effective methods and maximises efficiency in project execution, and describes the project specific actions complying to project goals, objectives and strategies.

 

The PEP defines a clear scope of work and other critical responsibilities as agreed in the various construction contracts, and how work is to be done is in accordance with the company policies. The PEP is developed by the project key participants led by the project manager. The PEP is approved by company management prior to application. The PEP is a live document and will be updated with current and future project plans and procedures.

 

The PEP is not reproduced in this website, and is available as a separate document located at EIS offices.

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