Construction Management

Construction Management is a highly adaptable procurement method that puts you, the client, in complete control of your project. Construction Management, as an alternative to the most generally utilised means of delivering construction projects – Traditional Contract or Design & Build Contract – enables complicated and demanding projects to begin significantly more quickly than typically tendered projects. You will benefit from our vast knowledge, experience, and expertise obtained from both contracting and consulting when you use Construction Management to expertly integrate with your professional team and take the lead in purchasing and managing trade contractors. Construction Management increases the productivity and quality of your project by fostering a non-adversarial environment.

Construction Management In Dublin
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Management of the construction process

Management of the construction process

Construction Management is a highly adaptable procurement method that puts you, the client, in control of your project. Construction Management, as an alternative to the most popular means of delivering construction projects – Traditional Contract or Design & Build Contract – permits complicated and demanding projects to begin far sooner than typically tendered projects.

You will benefit from our vast knowledge, experience, and expertise obtained from both contracting and consulting when you use Construction Management to expertly integrate with your professional team and take the lead in purchasing and managing trade contractors. Construction Management improves the productivity and quality of your project by fostering a non-adversarial environment.

Project managers, building surveyors, quantity surveyors, construction managers, and health and safety consultants make up our technically certified, professional, and highly experienced team (Principal Designer and CDM Advisors). Most importantly, the team has vast construction experience. This distinguishes Max Construction from other construction management firms, and ensures that our clients benefit from our extensive expertise and firsthand experience in sourcing and managing trade contractors.

Our team’s strength and depth, combined with our core values of Passion, Responsibility, Honesty, Achievement, and Contribution, enables us to effectively comply with the latest legislation and deliver an end product that frequently exceeds expectations by focusing on understanding your goals and designing a service that is tailored to you.

As a Chartered Building Consultancy (CIOB) and RICS-regulated firm, you can rest certain that you’re working with a respected firm you can trust.

Construction management is especially useful when it comes to procuring projects in the following industries:

  • Brownfield sites with complicated stakeholder relationships, pollution, or difficult design solutions
  • Residential or commercial projects that have very stringent specifications or finishing standards, such as modular construction projects.
  • International projects including international designers, consultants, and trade contractors
  • Projects and schemes related to renewable energy and infrastructure
  • Projects in agriculture, commerce, and heavy industry

 

Benefits

  • By eliminating main contractor profit margins and lowering your overheads, you’ll get more bang for your buck.
  • A single point of contact for the whole concept to occupation process, including design coordination and client-assigned contractor interfaces.
  • Assurance that your construction manager is working only in your best interests to build a collaborative, non-confrontational team dedicated to obtaining the best possible results from trade contractors, your design team, and suppliers.
  • You’ll have peace of mind knowing how much each stage of your project will cost, allowing you to make informed decisions on design changes and/or value engineering options.

Services

  • Planning for the Future
  • Management of Contracts
  • Management of Programs
  • Planning and Management of Health and Safety
  • Management of Procurement
  • Advice on technical and constructability issues
  • Management of Values
  • Monitoring and Signing Off on Defects
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SERVICE NAME FAQ

As a construction project manager, you’re in charge of prioritizing all of the project’s tasks. It’s a red flag if they don’t know how to prioritize tasks or are unsure how to do so.

They should be able to plan a construction project because this is a construction project manager position. To better assess a candidate’s knowledge, have them lead you through the first steps of project planning and offer clarifying questions.

This question allows interviewers to learn about the qualities that a possible construction project manager looks for in a team. Interviewers will gain a better understanding of how they manage a team and, possibly, the types of people with whom they get along.

If a candidate has only worked on one type or size of project and is unfamiliar with the size or type of projects you typically construct, they may require additional training or supervision once recruited. If you’re debating between two highly competent individuals, this is a great question to ask.