About the Group
Construction and development projects involve the co-ordinated actions of many different professionals and specialists to achieve defined objectives. The task of project management is to bring the professionals and specialists into the project team at the right time to enable them to make their best possible contribution efficiently.
Chartered Project Management Surveyors act as the client’s representative and ‘single point of contact’ on a construction project.
The Project Manager (PM) leads, directs, co-ordinates and supervises the project in association with the project team. The PM will assist the client in putting together a business case to meet the client’s expectations and aspirations for the project.
The knowledge areas of a Project Manager encompass a full understanding of Integration, Scope, Cost, Quality, HR, Communication, Risk and Procurement Management Processes.
Project Managers liaise with statutory agencies and act as the client’s representative when dealing with external regulatory organisations to facilitate the smooth running of the construction project to its successful conclusion.
Project Management Surveying Professional Group Chairperson
Michael Hogan MMediKids MRICS