& project Management
from inception to occupation,
our expert teams deliver
- External cyclical maintenance projects
- Internal refurbishment projects
- Refurbishment of listed and historical buildings
- Fire and flood damage reinstatement
- Commercial fit out works
- Roofing refurbishment and renewal
- Alteration and new development
We know that every project is unique, and we listen to our clients to ensure that their wishes and requirements drive the outcomes. Using our technical and professional industry expertise, we manage legal and regulatory compliance, best practice and thoughtful design and specification, ensuring the right project team is in place to make it happen.
We can call upon our network of trusted specialist consultants, including architects, interior designers, cost consultants, M&E services engineers and structural engineers work with us to form a coordinated strategic and collaborative team to ensue your needs are met and risks managed.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the role of a contract administrator?
A contract administrator will over see the contractual elements of a project, from formalising a specification and tender package, tendering works in a compliant manner, and discharging the contractual obligations between the contractor and client throughout the duration of the contract works. This will often involve inspection of works to approve payments to the contractor and signing off
What is the difference between a Contract Administrator and a Project Manager?
A contract administrator will generally complete only tasks which relate to the contractual agreements, whereas a Project Manager will manage a team of consultants, coordinate design work and will often provide more detailed reporting on overall project matters. A project manager is normally involved when a project is of high value and complex in nature, usually with multiple designers and consultants involved. They may also complete contract administration duties, but on larger
Can I be my own Project Manager or Contract Administrator?
A company may have a suitably competent employee in house able to take on these responsibilities, but often the technical and legal understanding of construction works, and construction contracts needed is too specialist and it becomes prudent to involve experienced specialists to protect your interests.