A construction consultant ensures that a construction project ends with a high quality end product that is within budget and on schedule.
This can include and is not limited to project planning, construction management, schedule delay analysis, risk management, construction cost estimates, litigation support and construction claims.
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Why is this a Job for Me?
If you are goal oriented, have good problem solving skills and are an excellent communicator.
Average Salary£25,000 - £65,000
- Acute knowledge of current health and safety legislation
- Excellent time management skills
- Decisive decision making
- Above average mathematical ability
- Excellent communication skills
Consultants can expect to work a normal 40 hour week with some evening or weekend work to meet deadlines, with time spent travelling from site and site and meeting clients and contractors.
Develop the budget and schedule for a construction project. Planning, monitoring and record keeping are all part of this role.
Achieved after several years experience in the industry. Develop a programme of work and strategy, plan ahead and oversee several tasks at once with first-rate communication skills.
Run site based inspections and audit programmes, introduce cost effective solutions and health and safety advice to busy construction sites.
Provide expert witness reports and evidence on all that goes on on a construction site - investigate project planning and any signs of negligence.
Provide expert advice on the validity of a claim from a contractual standpoint, and offer opinions on the extent of financial entitlement or liability.
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