Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. The owner building project is typically…[column-group]
What is project management?
Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. The owner building project is typically a temporary endeavor with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained, and often constrained by funding for an extra room or new home), undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, usually to bring about beneficial change or added value.
The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals and objectives while honoring the preconceived constraints.The primary constraints are time, quality and budget.
Who is the Project Manager?
It could be you, if you have the capabilities to manage your job, OR maybe a registered builder, OR a building consultant, architect or draftsperson.
What is the Project Mangers role?
A Project Managers role is to make sure your building project is completed within budget, to your specification and with the minimum of fuss.
Some of the roles include:
- Working through the project
- Assist with requirements and making sure they are met
- Look that statutory requirements, OH&S and insurances are met
- Stick to the budget
- Organisation of parties
- Plan ahead, for any potential delays or obstructions
- Meeting building standards
- Carefully examining of materials, so they are getting what they paid for
Is there a problem?
Not sure what to do, who to call, where to go?
Have one of our consultants call you and discuss the problem
Our aim is for you to have an answer – away forward and solution to the problem
What is Quality Assurance and Why I need it !
Do you know what quality of job you are getting from the tradies building our home – or do you trust them?
The difference between a bad job and a job well done is largely in the quality of the supervision. Proper Supervision guards against malpractice, faulty materials, carelessness and shortcuts.
The inspections carried out under Statutory Requirements are concerned only with Compliance of the Building Codes. There is no requirement to inspect compliance with the plans or drawings. After the framing inspection no statutory check is done until after the plaster is fitted, hiding any problems from view.
Not Well : mandatory inspections are NOT an inspection of the quality of the construction workmanship…. This is your home we are talking about.
So you have the option of appointing of our consultants to inspect your project as it is being built.
Or you could use our Quality Assurance Check List Booklet, available as part of our Planning Pack.
We all want to save money, but by using our services you not only have piece of mind that you have chosen a professional to manage your project, saving you time and money to get the home of your dreams.
Please note Project Management Service Providers are Third Party and are not endorsed or affiliated with AOB. Please refer to Terms and Conditions.