Construction & Project Management
Construction management is much more than just
“the use of project management techniques to oversee the planning, design, and construction of a project, from its beginning to its end.”
It also requires
“an incredible amount of knowledge and experience of the factors that can affect a project and thereby its success, allowing critical adjustments to be made at any time.”
Our range of construction management services is structured in a modular way. Select from the following services:
Project control: the steering tool that initiates project processes from the point a client decides to start building and accompanies the project through to completion.
Tender and bid process: a part of the planning process carried out before the start of construction work to ensure that bidding firms offer only requested services that can be compared with each other.
Project monitoring: an additional, external staff unit and monitoring body for the project team that reports directly to the client.
Construction management (site supervision): an independent functional unit for the coordination of construction operations with a focus on technical, time and cost specifications.
Construction site coordination (pursuant to the Austrian Law on Construction Work Coordination BauKG): a safety tool that, under Austrian law, requires builders to carry out an on-going review and evaluation of construction site processes with regard to health and safety in order to prevent accidents in construction work.
Construction project management is only successful when a company is well prepared for the complexity of a construction project, and when it can take into account the incredibly wide range of factors that can influence a project.