Cost Management:

We manage all costs relating to a building project, from the initial estimates to the final figures. We seek to minimise the costs of a project and enhance value for money, whilst still achieving the required standards and quality. The role includes the following:

  • Preparing estimates and cost plans to enable our Clients to set their budgets
  • Preparing tender and contract documents
  • Undertaking cost analysis for repair and renovation works
  • Assisting in establishing the Client’s requirements and undertaking feasibility studies
  • Performing risk and value management and cost control
  • Advising on procurement strategy
  • Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks
  • Preparing and analysing costings for tenders
  • Obtaining quotation from specialist sub-contractors
  • Providing advice on contractual claims
  • Analysing outcomes and writing detailed reports
  • Valuing completed work and arranging payment
  • Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use
  • Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations


Project Management:

We manage the project from inception through to final handover. We seek to ensure the project programme and budget costs are adhered to, whilst still achieving the required standards and quality. The role includes the following:

  • Assisting Client in establishing the brief
  • Assisting in the appointment of other Consultants and advising on terms and conditions
  • Preparing programmes
  • Making applications to Local Authorities in connection with planning and building control
  • Co-ordinating and supervising Contractors, Sub-Contractors and Specialists
  • Liaising with Design Team on all matters in connection with the project
  • Attending meetings as required
  • Reporting to the Client on meetings, regular cost and programme updates and all other matters in connection with the project
  • Obtaining as built drawings and test certificates, together with statutory consents
  • Organising inspections on completion and issuing snagging lists for action by Contractors, Sub-Contractors and Specialists.
  • Design management


Contract Administration:

  • Attending meetings as required
  • Administering the contract as set out in the terms of the contract
  • Supervising the Contractor’s compliance with contract requirements and progress on site against master programme
  • Chairing meetings, preparing minutes and monitoring progress on site
  • Issuing contract instructions for variations, issue of drawings, etc
  • Distributing Contractor’s CVI/RFI to relevant team members
  • Preparing certificates for interim payments
  • Issuing snagging lists prepared by the Client’s Architect
  • At completion of project, issuing Certificate of Practical Completion
  • Preparing Certificate for final payments and release of retention
  • At the end of the defects period, issuing defects lists prepared by the Client’s Architect and issuing Certificate of Making Good Defects