Project Management

Our supervision and control of a project from the design, and construction to completion and handover to industry specifications.

Project management is the process of directing a team's work to achieve all project goals within specified limits. This information is usually described in the project documentation that is created at the beginning of the development process. The main constraints are scope, time and budget. The project management lifecycle consists of four steps: initiating, planning, executing, and closing.

Responsibilities of a Project Manager 

Project Leader Roles & Responsibilities

Develop team schedules and assist in the successful onboarding and training of team members. Create and communicate a clear list of expectations and goals for team members to follow. Offer emotional support to project team members and make people feel valued.


In other words, the purpose of project management is to plan and manage a project to successfully complete its listed goals and deliverables. It involves identifying and managing risks, careful resource management, smart budgeting, and clear communication across multiple teams and stakeholders. 

Five phases of project management

  • Project Initiation.
  • Project Planning.
  • Project Execution.
  • Project Monitoring and Controlling.
  • Project Closing.

The main goal of project management is to be able to foresee or make predictions as many dangers and problems as possible. Project managers need to plan, organise and cntrol activities so that the projects can be completed as successfully as possible in spite of all risks.