Project Closure & Completion Services

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Project Closure & Completion Services 2016-12-05T11:01:35+00:00

netlogx Project completion services are called on in circumstances such as difficulty in project acceptance by clients or the desire to transition the existing project team to other immediate projects. Often, project completion involves product roll out, start-up or commissioning. netlogx can help with the following Services:

Project Completions

Providing assistance in obtaining substantial completion, product roll out, start-up and commissioning activities, organizational ramp-up activities:

  • Punch-list close-out
  • Managing difficult client situations

Project Audits

Providing independent review of the performance of a project, documenting:

  • Current health of projects in progress
  • Establishing lessons learned
  • Independent validation of products and processes

Project closure condition assessment

These services apply to circumstances such as:

  • Premature, perpetual, or failed projects
  • Changed priorities that will necessitate closure

Project closure process

These services carefully manage the closure phase of a project. Although closure is as important as any other phase of the project there are often major challenges in its completion:

  • Staff may be needed for other pressing projects
  • If the project is canceled early, staff are de-motivated
  • There are poor project management practices including a lack of understanding of the vital role of Project Closure activities

Project documentation

These documentation services are available to:

  • Validate documentation in process
  • Implementation of project documentation solutions
  • Develop effective archiving practices


netlogx provides expertise in critical areas to ensure that the projects can be effectively and efficiently closed and the maximum value returned from them. As with all our services knowledge transfer is heavily emphasized.