We approach each project individually, serving as the owner’s representative to add early insight during strategic planning, and then coordinating design and construction activities. Our expertise in expediting and achieving all necessary permits, local relationships, and procurement leverage allow us to considerably reduce our clients’ capital costs. LionGlobal’s highly qualified project management practice ensures both high quality delivery and timely completion for all of our projects and other projects working closely with the construction, design and engineering departments.
LionGlobal provides comprehensive construction management consulting services that provide the best results for your project. Our experts possess decades of engineering and construction experience and apply this knowledge to the everyday challenges that owners, contractors, engineers, and architects face throughout the construction process.
Preconstruction is an essential part of early project planning; it lays the foundations for a better, more efficient build. Our team recognises that the opportunity to influence innovation is much greater in the early stages of a project and used this time to create tailored solutions.
Depending on your specific project needs and requirements, our services include but are not limited to the following:
We believe that the opportunity to influence innovation and to achieve more productive and efficient operations is much greater in the early stages of a project and for this reason, we use this time to create solutions tailored to your needs. No matter what the project may be, there are many benefits that come with preconstruction services including:
Executing the work in the field remains the most significant phase of any construction project. LionGlobal’s project management approach facilitates a professional method for construction delivery including the planning, coordinating, budgeting and supervising projects to achieve the client and building designer’s vision.
Project Closing Process consists of those processes performed to conclude all activities leading from the commissioning of the building systems right up to the issue of the Final Certificate at the end of the rectification period, generally 12 months after Practical Completion. The core objective of this process is to achieve a successful handover of the building to the client and close out the construction contract.