We provide a project management and contract administration service for all types of construction schemes. We work for domestic and commercial clients on a variety of projects with contract values up to £3 million.
Our project management service can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of individual clients. Our standard project management input on building projects generally includes the following activities:
Production of contract documents in the form of a schedule of work and specifications.
Obtaining tenders from suitable contractors, analysis of the results and production of a detailed tender report.
Pre-contract interviews with building contractors and clients to assist with the selection process.
Site supervision to assist the builder with technical issues and to check the standard of workmanship.
Key stage management
When required, we can check and certify the work at key stages which is often a requirement of banks and building societies on new build projects
Administration of the contract which includes formal appointment of the contractor, preparation of standard building contracts, management of work variations, cost control, agreement of interim payments and settlement of the final account .
Client briefing and reviews
Regular consultations with clients and updates on progress to budget and timescale.
Post project review
Snagging list resolution and client sign off.
Approved contractor list
CHA maintain a list of competent and approved building contractors which has been developed over the past decade, based on track records and good working relationships. This information enables us to select suitable contractors for inclusion on tender lists, based on experience, skills and geographical area.
All of the technical staff within CHA are trained and experienced in CDM 2015 regulations (Construction, Design and Management) and have the skill and knowledge to advise clients about risk management and ensure that contractor’s procedures for Health and Safety are acceptable and appropriate for the specific project plan.