PROJECT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
CONTRACTOR SELECTION AND MANAGEMENT
CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT
QUALITY CONTROL AND ASSURANCE
BUDGET AND COST MANAGEMENT
COMMUNICATION AND REPORTING
Construction management is the process of planning, coordinating, and managing a construction project from start to finish, with the goal of ensuring that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards.
Construction management involves overseeing all aspects of the project, including design, procurement, scheduling, budgeting, quality control, safety, and communication with stakeholders. It requires the ability to manage multiple stakeholders, including the project owner, design team, contractors, suppliers, and regulatory authorities.
Construction managers are responsible for ensuring that the project is completed according to the project plan, specifications, and budget, while also managing risks and addressing issues that may arise during the project lifecycle. They work closely with the project team and stakeholders to ensure that everyone is aligned with the project objectives and that the project is delivered to the satisfaction of all parties involved.
Effective construction management is critical to the success of a construction project, as it enables the project team to plan, execute, and monitor the project in a structured and organized manner. It helps to ensure that the project is delivered on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards, while also ensuring the safety of workers and the general public.