Project Management Services

 Did you know as your residential architectural design & drafting company and when you begin your construction phase after receiving your building permit drawings, the last thing we want you to worry about is how to manage it.  What happens when your project grows, and more people are involved? Suddenly, managing the project becomes challenging - and that's where a Project management team comes in.

As your Project management team, we will help manage your construction project by taking care of things.

  • planning
  • organizing
  • resource allocation
  • communication of all contractors and sub-trades
  • Tracking project milestones
  • and more.

Project management can be a daunting task for the inexperienced. Not hiring a team can lead to possible missed deadlines, unfinished projects, and you, an unhappy client. However, having a team can save time and stress. Furthermore, the Project team manager can be turned to for help when things get tough. Therefore, the pros of not hiring a project management team outweigh the cons in most cases. It's an affordable way to ensure your project meets expectations.

Here are examples of the benefits of hiring a project management team for your project.

  • They Managing and tracking the project effectively from start to finish:

Hiring a team can help you manage and track your project more effectively. Having someone on board who can act as an extra set of eyes during the project will help avoid any mistakes from being made.

  • Ensuring everyone is up-to-date with industry trends and best practices:

A PMT (Project management team) will ensure that all team members are up-to-date with the latest industry trends and best practices. This way, they will be able to give you valuable insights and suggestions that may save you time and money in the long run.

  • Saving you time and money:

A PMT will handle certain tasks for you while also saving you time. For instance, they may be responsible for preparing project management documents, conducting project audits, or liaising with other team members. In this way, you'll be able to focus more on your project goals without having to worry about pesky details like project management.

Not hiring a Project Management Team can have several consequences:

  •  it can result in project delays and budget overruns
  •  it can lead to the contractor, or sub-trades burnout and absenteeism
  •  it will diminish your overall morale

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Why project management is needed in construction? Project managers in construction don't only manage things like time, cost, and quality. They are also there to oversee every detail that contributes towards the success of their undertaking: a completed project build.