Building Project Management Services
‘Building project management provides on-site supervision at each construction stage to keep to the build specifications, budgets and timescale’.
Every building project is different, and Nick Lane can tailor his role as Building Project Manager to suit the needs of your specific build. These may include any or all of the following stages of a construction project and building project management services:
Design and Plan for your Build Project
Assist or manage initial planning permissions and design discussions on green or brown sites. Dealing with Architects, Structural Engineers and Local Authority Planners, Construction Drawings and Architectural Drawings, obtaining Planning Permission and Building Control approval.
Pre Contract Work before Build
Source subcontractors and tradesmen for build, obtain prices for
work, issue contracts and agree work schedules for building project.
Manage all work from start to building completion including all necessary and regular site meetings. Cost management to keep the build project on budget. Time management to keep the build within time frame.Final snagging and completion of building work.
Building Consultancy Advise Only
Such as Quantity Take offs and Building Valuations, Contracts Administration, Feasibility Studies, JCT Contracts, Quantity Surveying.
Benefits of a Project Manager to the Client
Nick Lane can source the Architect, Structural Engineer, trades and materials etc. as required for your project. He can ensure the project is completed on time and to specification. He can oversee and manage all aspects of the project. You retain control with him acting on your behalf.
You as the client are confident that the project is being run professionally, so reducing the stress and strain of the day to day running of the build to yourself and your family.
Savings can be made in various ways using a project managers services, from the cost of materials to negotiation of quotes from subcontractors and build quotes, to cost effective design, choice of materials and timeliness of trades. Target timescales and budgets are set at the beginning and, unless these are changed by the client, these are set to project completion.
What are the Costs of Using a Building Project Manager?
Nick’s charges are dependent on the size of the building project and the extent of his role. Most often his costs are far less than the savings he can bring to the construction, in product choices, trades management and timeliness. Contact Nick to discuss your requirements. Working locally in Suffolk, based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.