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​The Road Map


  • define stakeholder requirement for development 

  • capture project requirements, estimating resources and time

  • develop and implement a management plan

  • lead the design for value and constructability

  • manage the risks, issues and changes 

  • monitor progress against plan

  • manage the project budget

  • managing the contractors delivery

  • closeout project

Project management is “the art of directing and coordinating human and material resources throughout the life of a project by using modern management techniques to achieve predetermined objectives of scope, cost, time, quality, and participating objectives.” 

At its most fundamental level, construction project management handles the planning, coordination, and execution of a construction project, whether it’s residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, heavy civil, or environmental.


Construction project management typically includes complicated tasks that can shift wildly, depending on the work at hand, and it requires strong skills in communication, deep knowledge of the building process, and the ability to problem-solve. Construction project management is a complex field, requiring knowledge in many different areas.