Engineering design services right now? Construction project managers are responsible for overseeing and supervising construction projects from start to finish. They are tasked with making sure projects are delivered on time and within budget. Job duties differ from company to company, but construction project managers are typically responsible for overseeing the budget, working with owners, architects, and engineers, hiring subcontractors, scheduling and planning work, and ensuring materials and equipment are delivered to the project site on time. Successful construction project managers must be able to see the overall big picture of the project and ensure that the project is completed within budget and on time while also delivering a quality product to the client that conforms with all building codes and safety regulations.
Managing construction projects is no small feat. With 1000s of action items to handle, timelines to be met and projects to be delivered, the question many project managers face is, “is my team working as effectively as possible?” In efforts to help you answer that question, we asked over 30 experienced project managers in the construction industry about how they spend their time on the job, their best advice for managing their team, and how they know when their team is performing to its full potential.
Clearly as a full Project lifecycle design and delivery organisation we need to have all of the skills that you would expect from a pure Engineering Consultancy. However, consultancy businesses do not typically have the full design and delivery capability that a business like PM PROjEN possesses. Why is this an important factor when choosing an Engineering Consultancy to support you? We believe that when you design and implement engineering solutions that it enhances the understanding of any engineering challenges and this learning helps us to take a highly practical and pragmatic approach to engineering consultancy tasks. Read more information on https://www.projen.co.uk/services/project-management/.
Clients – CDM 2015 defines a Client as anyone for whom a construction project is carried out. Unlike CDM 2007, the new regulations apply to both domestic and commercial Clients. A commercial Client is an organisation or individual for whom a construction project is carried out in connection with a business, whether the business operates for profit or not. Examples of commercial Clients are schools, retailers and landlords. You are a domestic Client if you are having work carried out which is not connected with running a Business. Usually, this means arranging for work to be carried out on the property where you or a family member lives.
PM PROjEN is a 130 strong, multi-disciplined Engineering Design and Project Management business that works across a range of market sectors for a diverse mix of clients from SMEs to multinational, blue-chip companies. We are part of international project delivery specialists, PM Group, a 2,700 employee owned company operating across Europe, Asia and the USA. Together with the wider PM Group business, we provide a comprehensive service offering delivered in a proactive and creative style. Read more details on https://www.projen.co.uk/.