As a fully DIY project I would not suggest it unless you happen to have all the tools like I just happen to and have installed siding, and bent coil stock before.
You will need a brake, snips, seamers, pea shooter, impact screw gun, hammer drill, table saw or circuler saw, caulking gun (for the constrution adhesive to hold the foam in place, a 40 tooth blade for cutting the plywood and a plywood blade installed backwards when cutting the sofit material and siding.
Before the siding goes on there's a lot of prep work, once that's done the siding iis the easy part.
It's crasy to not cover all the old wood like the fashias and trim around the windows with coil stock before any siding go's up. All the windows casing, and sills are going to have to be added on to before covering with coil stock.
What we had to do was predrill each piece of strapping for a clearance hole for the tap cons, if you do not do that as the screw goes through the wood into the concrete it trys to push the wood away from the wall. We drilled anyplace in the strips of wood, both in the morter and the block and both seemed to work fine.
We used the larger diam. screws and they seemed to hold better. Make sure to only use the flat head scews not the hex heads. Your going to need a hammer drill, and an impact screw driver.
We used Advantec sub flooring for the strips. It holds up to water, and does not split when drilled or screwed.