Project management

Project managers are the dream weavers, transforming a concept into a tangible office space by managing the site and compliance regulations.

Backed by a construction manager and site manager, the project manager is the orchestrator of the workplace fit-out. They make sure all processes within the project are on track, working closely with hand-picked suppliers and ensuring everything is delivered on brief and on time so you can relax and watch it all come together.

 

Key responsibilities of a project manager

Managing a design and build project is an extremely varied and multifaceted role. Some of the main duties of the project manager include:

  • Setting up the site
  • Establishing best practice for site welfare, logistics, sustainability and quality
  • Applying regular progress reviews and site visits keep you fully involved
  • Providing quality benchmarking to maintain optimum standards throughout the project
  • Installing services and furniture
  • Carrying out independent health & safety site inspections

 

Ensuring a compliant build site

Under the project manager’s watchful eye, everything that was planned in the early stages starts to take shape. It is essential that compliance regulations are taken into consideration at the start of a project – whether it’s building control, fire office, planning or listed building consents – to ensure that you can occupy your office safely at the end of the build.

 

Our project managers are essential for the smooth delivery of your new office. For large-scale projects such as Office Space in Town Monument, we even used a permanent on-site project management team. If you have any questions about our project management team or want to enquire about an office design and fit-out, get in touch.