Value for Money
The National Audit Office define value for money as ‘the optimal use of resources to achieve the intended outcomes’.
The evolution of the competitive tendering system in construction has distorted Client and Design Team expectations of what is achievable in terms of cost, quality and timescales.
Examples of this include:
• Specification of expensive materials with an expectation of a low price
• Extensive use of wet trades whilst expecting it to dry quickly
• Using small jobbing Contractors with inadequate systems and experience as Building Contractors
Our team has the skills and experience to work alongside Design Teams, helping to bring projects as close as possible to optimal value for money. It’s supported by our effective systems, extensive insurance coverage and strong financial stability.
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