A skills shortage can cause a real headache for all those involved in a construction project. The planned structure of work and organisation of the overall project can be severely affected, causing delay to specific elements of the construction project as well as having a knock-on effect in various other areas – possibly even affecting completion date.

If you’re presently experiencing a skills shortage in your management team, contact us now. As an organisation specialising in risk management for the construction and property industry, we have a team of highly skilled, experienced construction professionals ready to step into the breach and fulfil your need for a fully qualified interim manager.

Our team of qualified interim managers

We provide interim managers on a short, medium or long-term basis, with either strategic or operational experience (or both!) according to your needs. Every one of our interim managers has prior experience of covering skills shortage in the construction industry.

We can provide you with the following operational and strategic management:

  • Construction project manager
  • commercial director
  • managing quantity surveyor
  • CEO level managers

In some cases, you may find that you have all the skills within your existing team but you are looking for an interim manager to provide added value. Ask us about the full range of skills, knowledge and experience offered by our fully qualified team.

The role of the construction project manager

We often get asked what an interim construction project manager can do. The answer is everything… within reason of course!

Every interim construction project manager on our team can be appointed either to manage a specific element of the overall project, to work on a fixed time period only or to take on full start-to-finish project management responsibility. Duties can include:

  • planning and programming
  • critical path analysis
  • procurement
  • implementation of policies, procedures and systems
  • design and implementation of programmes of change
  • day-to-day site management
  • progress reporting
  • staff development and training; mentoring duties
  • budget management and financial reporting
  • setting and monitoring quality standards