There are many benefits to having a dedicated and specialist project manager managing your project. These include:
- Better Client Communication
- Allows specialists to focus on their speciality rather than communicating with the client
- Higher efficiency and flexibility
- Higher Quality of end product
- A greatly improved chance of hitting project goals.
What kind of work will be undertaken by my project manager?
The work of a project manager is varied, mainly depending on the size and complexity of the project they are managing. Some of the most common aspects of a project managers role include:
- Budget Creation
- Creating a schedule
- Creating an action plan based on the clients plans and goals
- Assembling a team of contractors
- Assigning tasks to the contractors and giving them targets and deadlines
- Hiring equipment
- Ordering of materials
- Ensuring materials are delivered to schedule
- Maintaining quality of workmanship
- Ensuring the project remains aligned to the client’s goals and vision
- Pass on feedback and questions from the work teams to the client
- Liaising with client frequently to update on progress
- Implementation of client feedback
- Dealing with paperwork including part wall agreements and planning permission
- Team leadership and motivation
- Organisation of work to be done on project completion, such as cleaning and waste removal.