Beacon Wood bring their clients the benefit of their experience to avoid delays and costly re-engineering in the delivery of large and complex projects. Time is well spent in settling full briefs before embarking on detailed design. Often projects will be taken from the feasibility stage, through detailed design and then the planning process and subsequently procurement, tendering and final construction. They may involve detailed negotiation with other stakeholders including rights to light negotiations or party wall matters with neighbours, or third party interests in the property.
Beacon Wood bring additional skills to the Project Management process, including insight into the investment market in which the finished product will be valued alongside its competitors, and the occupational markets where specific tenants have particular requirements for properties to be attractive to them to occupy.
Skilled Project Management requires a delicate touch in managing and getting the best from the many specialists required to design buildings, and a firm hand on the decision-making to make sure the design process maintains speed and direction through the choppy waters of regulation.