Managing your building project

Beat The Cowboy Builder's expertise in construction intrinsically comes from site management, also referred to as construction management and project management. We are well versed in the responsibility for the day-to-day on site running of a construction project. We have the vast experience to keep within the timescale and budget of your project, and manage any delays or problems encountered on-site during your construction works. If needed, we can be involved before site activity takes place, and be responsible for managing communications between all parties involved in the on-site development of your project. If you need the peace of mind that your works need to be completed on time, on budget and to required standard, contact us today.

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Our Site Management Service consists of:

  • Construction Management - We can help you with the overall planning, coordination, and control of any project from beginning to completion. We are always focussed on meeting our client's requirement in order to build functional and financially successful projects.
  • On Site Management - We are experienced in keeping within the timescale and budget of a project, managing any delays or problems encountered on-site during a construction project. If your project is running behind or subject to delays we can get you back on track.
  • Rectify Failed Projects - If you have been the victim of cowboy builders that have left you and your property with failed building works, we can take over and manage the project the works for you. We can fully rectify any failed build, renovation or extension that needs attention.
  • Implement CDM Regulations - We can manage the full integration of CDM into your project. Helping you comply with the law when managing health, safety and welfare when carrying out construction and highlighting to you the responsibilities of the client, principal designer and the principal contractor.