The proposal you write will go through a review process. The evaluators will try the best they can to assess the project by analyzing the necessity of the building, the value of the proposed construction materials, the suggested budget, and the overall construction timeline. If the construction proposal has errors, the review team will choose to either send it for revision or cancel the entire proposal. If the latter happens, the writer has to go back to the drawing board and rewrite the entire project suggestion. The beauty of the review process is that it helps to make sure that nothing goes wrong during the construction and that everything will go according to the plan. can also see Construction Management Forms
On 18 May 1987, the Australian Cabinet approved the final design: Kockums' Type 471 submarine, fitted with the Rockwell system.  The contract for construction of six submarines was signed on 3 June and valued at A$ billion in 1986 prices, with allowances for inflation and the changing value of the Australian dollar.  The submarine acquisition project was at the time the most expensive project ever undertaken by the Australian Defence Force , but was unseated from this title by the Anzac -class frigate project a few years later.