We want to tell you about our work process

There are several essential steps to take before embarking on a project. Here are five key steps to ensure a successful project execution.

1

Project Assessment and Planning

We engage in early discussions with clients, review architectural plans, conduct site visits, and analyse any specific project challenges. Based on this assessment, we develop a detailed construction phase plan which outlines key activities, timelines, resource allocation, and milestones. This step lays the foundation for a well-organised and structured project execution.

2

Cost Estimation and Budgeting

Prepare a comprehensive cost estimation and budget for the project. This involves considering all aspects, including materials, labour, equipment, permits, and contingencies. We obtain quotes from suppliers and subcontractors, leverage historical data and industry benchmarks, and factor in any unique project requirements. Accurate cost estimation and budgeting are crucial to ensure financial viability and avoiding cost overruns throughout the project lifecycle.

3

Resource Acquisition and Management

Establish a solid plan for acquiring and managing the necessary resources. This includes procuring materials, equipment, allocating our in house staff and operatives as well as sub-contractors. Identify reliable suppliers and subcontractors, negotiate contracts, and ensure timely delivery of resources to the site. Efficient resource management involves assigning skilled personnel to specific tasks, optimising their productivity, and maintaining effective communication and coordination throughout the project.

4

Risk Assessment and Mitigation

Conduct a comprehensive risk assessment to identify potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate them. Assess factors such as site conditions, weather, regulatory compliance, local environment and project-specific risks. Implement measures to minimise risks, such as creating contingency plans, ensuring compliance with safety regulations, and maintaining appropriate insurance coverage. Regularly monitor and assess risks throughout the project to promptly address any issues that may arise.

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Conduct a comprehensive risk assessment to identify potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate them. Assess factors such as site conditions, weather, regulatory compliance, local environment and project-specific risks. Implement measures to minimise risks, such as creating contingency plans, ensuring compliance with safety regulations, and maintaining appropriate insurance coverage. Regularly monitor and assess risks throughout the project to promptly address any issues that may arise.

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