Project management in construction is a specific and complex process that unites all the parties involved in the project.

Key objectives of any project implementation have not changed since construction of pyramids:

save money, meet deadlines and perform high-quality works.

Financial saving. There are no small things in construction. Any fault in the process of project implementation inevitably affects the financial resources of the Client. Effective project management minimizes the risk of miscalculations and mistakes and reduces the costs at all stages of project implementation – from concept development and receipt of technical specifications from state companies to design, construction and occupancy of the Object.

Time saving. The classic formula “Time is Money” is as topical as ever. Meeting the deadlines of project implementation is one of the key contributors to the overall success. High-performance project management can substantially shorten the implementation deadlines as it creates the clear system of general control, effective management levers and coordinated working process.

Quality control. Saving of time and money becomes pointless if the performance quality is poor. More money and time will be spent on follow-up activities and trying to meet all quality standards and regulations. High-performance project management: no faults, usage of quality equipment and materials compliant with project requirements and effective standards, control over all types of tests on the construction site.