Our value-add approach to Project Management comes from our obsession for excellence. We engage and deliver so you can be rest assured you are in good hands.
Our Dilapidation Process
Our dilapidation framework has been developed through thousands of hours of experience, our processes identify the right mix of skills to ensure success.
We have it covered. Managed by leading RICS dilapidation specialists we continually review our practises with our legal partners.
Our Project Process
Our Project framework has been developed through collaboration with our partners and clients, applying a value centric process.
Unsure how to get the right result? We have it covered. Managed by experienced project managers we work hard to get you the result needed to meet budget time and quality.
Our team specialise in Project Management and have delivered hundreds of projects for clients all over the UK utilising our network of contractors and partners in engineering, architecture and aligned services often required.
Commercial construction Project Management ensures the planning, execution, and coordination of a building project from start to finish. The core values of Vantage underpin all the skills and experience required to manage commercial construction projects effectively; from taking an accurate brief and assembling the correct project team, through to having the necessary communication skills needed to ensure commercial projects stay on their critical path.
No matter what the contract value; from repair works costing a few thousand pounds, through to a million pound refurbishment or fit out scheme; our proven approach remains the same - we take personal and professional responsibility to ensure our promises are delivered on time and to budget.
Depending on the owner’s process, the commercial project manager should be involved as early as the initial design phase. When the design is complete, the owner or developer will have a sense of the necessary budget. Contractors selected through a competitive process must develop their bids based on a realistic budget for supplies, labour and contingencies such as delays in delivery of materials or overtime.
The construction Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the project stays within budget through cost controls and thorough oversight of expenditures.
Time management in construction means organising activities and implementing conscious time frames to these activities. The main purpose of this strategy is to enhance the proficiency of the project and productivity of workers. Effective time management is crucial in successfully meeting the approved budget and deadline set by the contractor. It isn’t a mere tool for keeping work organised at the site but the key to achieving profitability.
A key aspect of Commercial Project Management is to maintain clear and open communication. Managers must prevent miscommunication and misunderstandings between different teams on the project to avoid delays, quality issues and cost overruns. The Project Manager must also prepare a plan and procedures for everyone involved in building the project to raise issues, ask questions and resolve problems without confusion.