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Delivering a successful construction management project

Clients are returning to package-based procurement to get better value from their supply chain, even though this involves taking on much more risk. Simon Rawlinson of Arcadis examines the steps that clients need to take to deliver a successful construction management project.

Simon Rawlinson

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“Construction Management is a procurement route where all parties must play their part.”

Construction management is the building procurement route most subject to business cycles and client sentiment. A small number of clients stick with it because it offers them the best balance of speed, flexibility and control over the project design and delivery. However, others will only adopt it when it’s not possible to deliver projects by less risky, more conventional approaches, such as design and build. 

What are the advantages and disadvantages of this approach, and could we see a long term revival of construction management as a route to procurement? 

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Delivering a successful construction management project

Clients are returning to package-based procurement to get better value from their supply chain, even though this involves taking on much more risk. Simon Rawlinson of Arcadis examines the steps that clients need to take to deliver a successful construction management project.

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