Architecture Project Management

We commit to the aim of attaining the eventual goal of successful delivery of a project while striving to resolve issues related to time, quality, costs, sustainability and safety management effectively-keeping the best of interests of clients and other stakeholders at heart.

Architectural project managers take control over the whole project, right from developing, organizing and reviewing building plans, apart from developing general contracts for construction contractors. They orchestrate the whole process beginning from site preparation to facilitating the building completion. For the purpose of smooth work flow, architectural management can be categorized in two sub sections: Office management and Project management. Office management modulates the guidelines to be followed by the organization in order to achieve completion of individual projects successfully by ways of their commissioning, designing and completion. It includes the allocation and financing of resources, preparing premises, providing required infrastructure and efficient manpower and equating and establishing relevant fees for the variety of services rendered by it. Project management deals with appropriate time management in complete project execution, from initial designs to developing working drawings and eventually managing the whole construction process. In effect, both the types have same objectives but are taken care of by separate management systems.

The true mark of an able architectural management team is in its ability to make a given project work cost-effective by maintaining equilibrium between design quality and profitability.

A professional member of a business team has at his disposal, a variety of standardised management tools and techniques derived from repetitive industrial processes that often may not fit the image of an architect as a creative individual comfortably. It is here that the term “Architectural management“rather than “construction management” comes into play. The former term was coined in 1960s to address the changes that building construction field was going through, owning to the complex nature of innovation and experimentation. Architectural firms generally appoint an office manager who in turn may be equipped with an administration assistant or a team of assistants. Of late, the role of a project manager is being increasingly played by an independent consultant, mainly during the construction phase. This is owing to the fact that the project managers have responsibilities pertaining to surveying disciplines, which in turn leaves only the architectural sections to be managed by the in-house architects.

We ensure expert level competence in Project Management, Architecture and Business Analysis. Our consultants do not settle for anything less than the latest standards, methods and technologies and our extent of work enables them to regularly update their skills.