Given the increasing complexity of projects and the requirement for multiple professionals including architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and those involved in planning, fire safety and health and safety, having a Chartered Project Management Surveyor as the primary interface will ensure that the full project lifecycle is professionally managed.
Furthermore, the changing legal and regulatory landscape has meant that it is more important than ever to ensure that all legal requirements and building standards are fully adhered to. A Chartered Project Management Surveyor will have a detailed understanding and expertise of this area and they will help provide the client with increased certainty that the project can be completed on time and within budget.
The main purpose of appointing a PM is to add value to the building project in terms of design, cost and value as they have access to tools, techniques, research and published data developed by professionals for implementation on your projects.
If you require more information on chartered project managers and how to appoint one, please refer to Find an Expert and our guide on project management: Chartered Project Management Surveyor