With significant planned government investment and transformational projects like HS2 underway, this sector is experiencing healthy growth. However, in a post Covid world where spend is especially scrutinised and value for money is sacrosanct, carefully managing risk as well as delivering on time and to budget has never been more important.
Whilst driving productivity has always been high on the agenda, we’ve increasingly seen clients are grappling with collaboration. Often discussed but rarely effectively implemented, it can be a game changer for expediting delivery and guaranteeing quality.
The construction industry has always faced significant challenges in delivering projects on time and within budget. With the most of the risk borne by contractors, the impact of Covid-19 has without doubt increased the cost to deliver projects. Traditionally, constructors are often too passive in flagging issues early enough to take corrective action in a timely manner, giving rise to surprises in projects late in the day, causing delays in completion.
Now more than ever, it is vital to manage and control project progress, cost and risk more effectively.
How can we help?
Who we work with:
- Project Managers
- Site Agents & Package Managers
- Quantity Surveyors
- Pre-Construction Managers
- Commercial Functions
- Design Engineers
- Senior Managers
- Blue-Collar Workforces
What we do:
- Improve collaboration between delivery partners and their clients
- Enhance planning techniques to create joined up meaningful programmes to control against
- Implement effective project controls and reporting to pinpoint performance issues on a short interval basis
- Coach mangers to reduce the amount of non-value adding time in their day
- Challenge the meeting and governance structures to prevent endless unfocused meetings killing progress
- Support commercial functions to aid processing and decision making
- Review roles and responsibilities to identify non value added activities and blurred lines of responsibility
- Improve productivity to enable delivery on time and to budget
What we have achieved:
- Transformed toxic client, design and delivery partner relationships to significantly enhance delivery
- Created effective and meaningful governance structures
- Enhanced CPI and SPI performance to bring forward delivery milestones
- Redefined overly complex reporting suites to enable daily focus on the right things to drive progress
- Enabled more collaborative and meaningful planning techniques to ensure there is one version of the truth
Our work within the sector
“Managementors did an excellent job – the integration is far stronger than before. When Managementors stepped back, the improved behaviours remained. Where we take this contract to next is completely founded upon a collaborative approach, which wasn’t quite there before.”
“I will be honest I was very sceptical at first but what Managementors have done is nothing short of a miracle.”
“Having Managementors guide us through this process has reinvigorated our management team. We know A-one+ is really pleased and seeing the value in it, and we’re confident that we now have the ability to help the rest of our supply chain create better internal processes that ultimately deliver better results for our clients.”
“Managementors turbo charged our operations and got the contract going in an incredibly short period of time, which made a real difference. Where everything was a bit of a battle before, we’ve changed people’s mind sets, we’ve changed people’s attitudes – we’ve changed people. We’ve now got everyone working together, and when everyone works together, the outcomes deliver themselves.”
“The Managementors team built up a really good rapport with the Highways England team. I certainly enjoyed working with Managementors and they’ve left us with some key tools that can really make a difference.”
“With the help of Managementors, we now actively listen and understand one another’s perspective better than ever before. It’s a great achievement to be seen as an equal and valued partner to Highways England.”