Infrastructures and Transport

Systems and systems integration

Systems integration guarantees the final quality and the correct functioning of a piece of infrastructure.

SENER is backed by extensive experience in a range of sectors, from aerospace to transport infrastructure, and it offers a new and dynamic way of managing and executing projects, known as integration engineering.  

Systems integration ensures a cross-cutting view of the entire project and closes the gap between the needs of the client, who requires integrated and complete project management so that their budget / deadline / scope objectives are met. 

  • Systems integration encompasses the following activities:
  • Technical environmental, social, economic and financial feasibility reporting for later phases.
  • Legal advice.
  • Support in competitive bidding procedures (preparation of specifications, RFP, RFQ and review/assessment of bids/tender award proposal).
  • Management and monitoring of contracts and subcontracts.
  • Program Planning and Control.
  • Configuration control.
  • Control of works executed by the contractor (overseeing and coordinating the projects and site).
  • Change management (checking and monitoring that improvements proposed by the contractor are incorporated and approved).
  • Complaints management.
  • Verification and Validation.
  • Auditing of the contractor’s quality control (internal/external).
  • Cost control and invoicing plan.
  • Regular progress reports.
  • Administrative diary management (meetings, trips, presentations, events, etc.).
  • Relationship management with other affected organizations/public information (when appropriate).
  • Expropriation management.
  • Environmental management.
  • Document checking and management.
  • As-built project management.
  • Risk analysis and mitigation planning.
  • Requirements management and traceability to design: checking compliance with design. 
  • Monitoring, checking and reporting of activities undertaken by the contractor in relation to hazardous materials.
  • Sustainability analysis.
  • Self-Monitoring of Quality in Integrated Management.
  • Health and Safety.
  • Integration.
  • Coordination between phases, functions and stakeholders (Interfaces).
  • Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS).

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