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Top Class Project/Building Coordination Perth

Managing construction and home improvement projects can be a daunting task. There are so many moving parts involved in the construction industry. First, you have to obtain the financing and take your budget into account. 

You have to know the standards in relation to worker safety and find ways to adhere to them while remaining competitive. You need to design and plan out what you want. You then need to source the materials and coordinate with reliable third-party contractors. And you have to do all of this while paying mind to tax, planning permission, and insurance. 

Getting all the ingredients right can be tricky. Which is one reason to use Bob Fougere Carpentry Services. Bob has over 20 years in the construction industry, specialising in carpentry and home improvement. He has a network of professional contractors with who he has worked across multiple domains. And his personal services are reliable, friendly, and professional. He can tell you everything you need to know about project/building coordination in Perth and Western Australia. 

If you want top-class project/building coordination services in Perth, call Bob Fougere now on 0439 090 287. Quotes are free and projects are completed according to the agreed specifications.

What is project/building coordination in Perth?

The term ‘project/building coordination’ refers to the completion of a specific project or building. Because of all the complexities involved, you need to find somebody to coordinate all of the workers and tie up all of the loose ends. The reality is that many people are needed to complete a project. You need to know exactly what you want and have excellent interpersonal skills to be able to work with different people. Consider that minor detail in relation to planning permission or taxation can put a halt to your entire project, even if every other part is running ahead of schedule.

What does a project coordinator do?

The project coordinator will make sure everything is in place on time so that the tradies can get their work done without any obstacles. Further, a project coordinator works closely with project team members, managers and leads to help deliver major organisational projects efficiently. The project coordinator manages the administrative tasks, such as document and information distribution, report collation and communication support.

What are the most important aspects of project/building coordination in Perth?

There are two primary considerations. The first is that you have a clear vision and a solid plan of what you want and how to go about it. Once you have a solid plan in place, you simply have to find people with the relevant experience to get the job done. Planning and experience are the two vital components for the successful completion of your project. Call Bob Fougere Carpentry Services if you are looking for help with both - 0439 090 287.

What is the difference between a project coordinator and a project manager?

These terms are mainly relevant to medium to large-sized commercial projects. A project manager would normally work above a project coordinator. The coordinator is responsible for many of the administrative duties. In a corporate setting, a director is head of a department, the project manager is directly underneath the director, and the coordinator ‘coordinates’ the various components so a specific task gets done. Bob Fougere, with a network of reliable contractors, can easily coordinate a building or home improvement project so it gets completed on time to project specifications.

What skills are needed to be a project/building coordinator?

It’s always great to have direct and first-hand experience working in construction. This means you will be able to relate more easily to the people that perform the work underneath you. Aside from direct experience in construction, it is helpful to have:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Knowledge of health and safety standards
  • Knowledge of compliance standards
  • Good record-keeping skills
  • The ability to see the bigger picture

Of course, the primary skill is the ability to ‘coordinate’. This means that smaller sub-projects get completed at the right time in the right order. In construction, you can only move as quickly as the slowest moving part. 

Call Bob Fougere for superb project/building coordination services in Perth - 0439 090 287.





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