3 Westgate Street, Southery.

PE38 0PA. United Kingdom.

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Construction Site Management

The Principal Designer

In October 2015, the CDM regulations changed and for Non Domestic Projects, a Principal Designer has to be incorporated into the team from the inception of a project. My experience, based on 17 years managing Health and Safety in Construction, the Pre-Construction Environment and Industrial settings means that I am fully conversant in Risk Management and posses sufficient competency to fulfill the role of PD for smaller projects. I am able to:

  • Plan, manage, monitor and coordinate health and safety in the pre-construction phase
  • Bring together Pre-Construction Information and develop the Pre Construction Health and Safety Plan
  • Mitigate foreseeable Health and Safety Risks, assisting other designers to design them out
  • Ensuring all parties involved in developing the Pre Construction Information communicates and co-ordinates information effectively
  • Liaise with the Principal Contractor both before and during the construction phase

Site Management & Construction Manager:

Managing Construction sites is a complex operation, requiring delegation and oversight of all aspects of the operation. From the management of work-flow activities for multiple sub-contractors to the ordering of plant and materials, maintaining the critical path of a construction project requires organisation, otherwise the timescale will shift and build costs increase.
Key Areas Covered:

  • Personnel supervision.
  • CDM including Construction Site Health and Safety.
  • Critical Path Analysis
  • Construction Phase Health and Safety Plans.
  • Ensuring Welfare facilities are available.
  • Site layout and management.
  • Hiring of Plant
  • Co-ordinating materials deliveries
  • Overseeing costs
  • Notifying of the HSE.
  • Development of Handover Packs
  • Inspection and sign off of works during each phase
  • Snagging lists and agreeing sign off.
  • Arranging for unforseens (Archeology, Ecology)