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The word ‘turnkey’ refers to a service where the Project Manager takes the responsibility for the whole process, from layout to completion to the set-up. In different terms, it’s a ‘One-stop all’ objective for the client. We at Harmonic Bay are experts in Turnkey project planning and Execution have a specific pattern of working through which both clients and our work becomes 10x convenient and hassle-free.And the five stages include:

Meeting to Understand Requirements

We at Harmonic Bay firstly call for a meeting with our potential clients to understand their design needs thoroughly. Understanding our client’s needs is our topmost priority so that we have a concrete idea about the project. The design and the execution are invariably in sync with the client’s requirements.

Planning and scope

Next we come to the stage where we along with our expert plan and scope out the project. We draft out a plan in accordance with the client’s requirements. We take care of all the big to minor details while planning the project with the involvement of the client.


Followed by the implementation stage. In this stage, we put all the ideas, plans into execution. Our team includes hand-picked experts who have adequate knowledge and experience in the domain, their contribution and efforts help in the successful implementation of the plan.

Feedback and Ratification

After the implementation stage we arrive at the stage where we look at clients for their feedback and ratification if required. We at Harmonic Bay prioritize clients’ satisfaction and so their feedback is very important for us. We consider changing and altering aspects of the project if the client suggests few ratifications to the Turnkey project planning.

Project Delivery

We are known for the timely completion of projects and we ought to continue this process in the coming future projects too making us the best in Turnkey project planning in Vadodara. After all the four stages we finally arrive at the stage where we hand over the keys to clients.

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