Independent analysis of project risk to protect clients as well as third parties with an interest in projects.
As chartered and registered building surveyors, we offer technical due diligence on projects by reviewing technical risks, communicating what they are, and ensuring the implementation of correct measures, so those risks are managed appropriately by interested parties.
We consider the general project details, the extent of our scope of service and project timescales and ensure our resourcing aligns.
Moreover, we understand the broader parameters of project delivery, such as procurement, project structure, programming, and contracts. The advice we offer as part of our project monitoring dramatically increases the chances of successful project delivery.
Advice to suit each key stage
Once we understand the project execution plan, our initial audit report fully allows us to understand the project parameters and associated risks.
Clients that engage in risk review early in the delivery of a project can action any shortcomings early on and benefit from smoother project delivery. Our project monitors attend project meetings to ensure risks highlighted in the audit report are appropriately procured through the project. We look at compliance with the approved design, construction cost, programme, and quality of both design and construction.
Our final progress report will confirm that all project conditions have been completed and list those that are outstanding. We are actively involved in the practical completion stage and, once issued, will prepare a completion report with relevant project documentation.
Our service complements the project delivery team.
As an independent and impartial project monitor, we fully understand the performance demands placed on the teams required to deliver projects.
Providing objective auditing advice in a format that generates constructive communication flows, we stick within our area of expertise and bring other specialists on board when needed. In this way, our clients benefit from enhanced risk, financial, programme and quality management.