Construction Project Management from Architects and Engineers


Even if you’re in the early stages of beginning a new construction project, then you know three things:

1)      Construction takes a while

2)      Construction costs a lot of money

3)      Construction is a lot of work

With these factors in mind, there’s one conclusion that anyone constructing a new building should draw: it’s better to do it right the first time.

But even so, if you don’t work in the field of construction, how do you know the job is getting done right? Even if you have an amazing team, the simple truth is that any construction leaves a huge amount of room for error. Luckily, our team at Wharry Engineering specialized in construction project management. In this month’s blog post, we’ll be discussing the benefits of having our team oversee your construction project.

What Are the Benefits of Construction Project Management?

Put simply, the benefits of construction project management are in its streamlining, safety supervision, and cost-saving.

Streamlined Construction

By having an experienced architect or engineer oversee your project, you’re helping to streamline your project for success. As we said before, even the best construction teams can make mistakes—it’s just a fact of working something as complicated as construction. Luckily, a professional performing construction project management will not only catch mistakes, but even streamline inefficiencies.

Safety Supervision

Every construction project comes with its own safety needs. When you employ a project manager, one of their main responsibilities will be to ensure that everyone on-site is kept safe. That means performing tasks like:

  • Keeping safety documentation up to date
  • Reporting safety violations
  • Attending safety meetings
  • Sharing safety data with you, the owner

When it comes to safety, it’s never okay to cut corners or leave it at “good enough.” Hiring effective construction project management will ensure all safety standards are consistently met.


A good rule of thumb for construction project management is that it should always save more than it costs. By that, we mean that a scenario where you don’t have a project manager is almost always going to cost more than a scenario where you do.

Construction project management will be able to best direct how the work time of employees is spent on-site. Additionally, your project manager will be in charge of:

  • Negotiating project expenses
  • Creating (and adhering to) the construction budget
  • Handling work orders
  • Coordinating with on-site and off-site specialists

By performing these tasks effectively, your project manager will be able to save you an immense sum of money throughout their time working for you.

With all these benefits, it seems clear why home and business owners opt for construction project management all the time. To find the right project manager for you, click here to contact our team at Wharry Engineering today.

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