SITE MANAGEMENT

HOW DO YOU COMPLETE A BUILDING PROJECT ON TIME?

We will develop a robust programme for your works and monitor against it so that the early warning signs of delays are not missed.  It's often difficult to identify the reasons for delay once on site, we can establish the root cause of the issue and hold your builder to account if they are responsible.

The project manager will ensure that suitable progress monitoring and reporting procedures are in place, and carry out regular monitoring and inspection of activity on site.  It is a reality in construction that issues can arise, it is the project manager's responsibility to ensure they are resolved with an amicable settlement.

Where necessary changes arise it is down to the project manager to advise the client of the best course of action, and obtain approval for and instruct said change in the interest of keeping the project on track.

Health & Safety is a major governing factor on all construction projects, the project manager will ensure the client is advised of his statutory obligations, and that the builder conforms to all appropriate legislation.

In conjunction with the project team the project manager will monitor the works on site to ensure they are being completed to the appropriate quality.

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