Project Management

Where clients do not manage projects themselves they need to retain the services of a Project Manager to oversee and control all aspects of the work from initial design to post hand-over stages. The tasks will involve planning, budgeting, statutory applications, coordination, procurement, contractual administration, quality control, cost control and close liaison with all parties.

When selecting such a person the client should ensure that they engage a suitably-qualified and experienced professional.  Where it is possible to incorporate the Project Manager and CDM Coordinator roles into one it can provide considerable efficiency benefits to a client.

If you are considering a construction project and require project management assistance,  advice on legal compliance, or other support,  Fox~Robinson have qualified professionals on hand. We have long experience in most aspects of construction activity and have a commitment to health and safety.

Key factors influencing project management