Craft Project Management is for busy people, with a project, residential homeowners and retailers to commercial property and club owners, and franchisors. A Canberra-based consultancy, we step in when your capacity is stretched to expertly plan, execute, monitor, and deliver a high-quality result.
By outsourcing your small-to-medium-sized project to Craft Project Management, you will be involved in influencing the project, without the day-to-day demands of getting the job done. You can rely on us to achieve a great outcome, on time, budget and beyond your expectations.
Managing director, Richard Eves, is a leader and agile thinker who can turn your ideas into a well-articulated schedule that he will personally oversee, in close collaboration with you and other stakeholders. A sought-after project manager, he is good with processes, procurement and people.
When you choose Craft Project Management, you can expect a hands-on approach, mature decision-making, and accountability at every stage of your project. As a small business, we can offer flexibility across our services, a single contact-point, competitive rates and valuable face-to-face time.
Our services will include, but are not limited to, the following:
Design, scoping, risk assessment, procurement, planning and programming works, quality management, construction management, cost management, delivery and management of defects.
Given our experience and track-record in Canberra, we're able to secure the best possible trade packages, through competitive tendering processes. (more)
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