PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Doveshill Construction help owners keep their projects on track from project conception through to the selection of consultants, planning, tendering and finally completion, closeout and commissioning.

Our comprehensive pool of project management resources can draw on the experience and expertise from managing projects of all sizes and types to avoid or solve problems when they arise. Our project management services can be rapidly deployed and economically scaled to projects of any size or duration and can be tailored to meet the exact need of any project - no more and no less than required.

The Doveshill Construction team can seamlessly supplement a client’s existing internal project management resources to help with fluctuations in work flow or with projects of unusual size or complexity.

Whether or not you have undertaken a building project before, you may want someone to manage the project for you.This could involve any or all of the following:

DESIGN STAGE
  • Prepare outline or detailed plans
  • Prepare Budget Estimates
  • Advise on statutory approvals required, including health & safety
  • Programme the project
  • Apply for planning permission
  • Co-ordinate with other consultants/suppliers/sub-contractors
  • Prepare and submit Building Regulations Application
  • Prepare construction drawings
  • Prepare Schedules of Work & Specifications
  • Provide information to enable contractors to tender
TENDER STAGE
  • Advise on obtaining tenders
  • Issue tender documents to contractors
  • Analyse tenders returned and advise on results
  • Appoint contractor OR arrange a price to be negotiated with one contractor
  • Construction stage
  • Advise on obtaining tenders
  • Issue tender documents to contractors
  • Analyse tenders returned and advise on results
  • Appoint contractor OR arrange a price to be negotiated with one contractor
COMPLETION STAGE
  • Ensure all work undertaken in accordance with contractual requirements
  • Provide completion certificates
  • Undertake snagging inspections and issue lists of requirements for rectifying any defects present
  • Undertake an ‘End-of-rectification period’ inspection and issue final paperwork
  • Release final payment to contractor