All architectural projects, no matter how big or small, need a project manager to ensure that designs, construction, and the finished product are all completed on time and to a high standard. For larger builds, there may be more than one manager, however the experience, skills and presence of a project manager are all necessary for any architectural build.
A project manager’s responsibility during an architectural build includes managing the design and construction process from concept to completion. This is important to ensure the build matches the architectural drawings and that the project is completed on time. Sometimes designs have to be developed during the building stage due to unforeseen circumstances which can halt or change what needs to be done. It is the project manager’s responsibility to ensure that the designs and construction are developed accordingly with architects and builders for a smooth completion.
During project management, a manager will also be responsible for ensuring that the structure adheres to necessary health and safety legislation and that the materials used are sustainable and sympathetic to the environment the structure is being built in. Contractors to carry out the build are also hired by the manager, who will have a wealth of knowledge on the best people for the job in the area.
Project management is necessary for the overall completion of an architectural build and with KJ Architects, all jobs are assigned a fully qualified project manager. This is to ensure each client has a point of contact who is up to speed on the work being completed and that all work is in line with all regulations and client’s needs.
For more information on the architectural services provided by KJ Architects, contact us online or call us directly on 01638 662393 (Newmarket). Our architects are offer fully RIBA chartered services and are always on hand to answer any questions about your project.