The Audley – October 2020 | Construction project management consultancy London The original building in Mount Street was licensed in 1730 as the Bricklayers Arms and features as part of its construction red glazed bricks and pink terracotta. Thomas Verity, who was responsible for the design and construction of the pavilion at Lord’s Cricket ground […]
Watch the film, it speaks 1,000 words – http://the-hickman.co.uk/#film Project Management Consultancy London Formally the home of Buck & Hickman, a quality tool maker established in 1830 and the UK’s first major tool manufacturer, The Hickman is designed to make its occupant’s working life easier. Owned by Great Portland Estates plc, the building will provide 78,000 […]
The disruption that Coronavirus is causing globally is significantly impacting individuals and businesses alike. During these unprecedented times, we wanted to get in touch to let you know we are still here, working and available to help with anything you need. We shall continue to offer an uninterrupted service to the best of our ability, […]
Why do soft landings matter? The predicted and actual building performance Soft Landings is the framework which guides decisions throughout a construction project with the aim of ensuring that the final building closely meets the requirements of the end-user. It’s the process of determining the operational outcome of the project is as close as possible […]
Why many challenges faced by Approved Inspectors affect your project? What can you do about it? Recently a spokesperson for the Association of Consultant Approved Inspectors (ACAI) stated: “Statutory regulations on professional indemnity and public liability insurance are currently excessively stringent, meaning many insurers are unwilling to provide cover for inspectors. This is creating a […]
Insightful Snagging Snagging is simply the way of uncovering and recording problems as they occur throughout a construction project’s journey. The concept is to catch and flag the small problems as they occur so that they can be more easily and swiftly rectified. The ultimate outcome is that the finished project will more accurately meet […]
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