The application of risk management procedures in construction can give early visibility to potential "problem areas" and opportunities, where effort and money can be expended early in the design and construction phases to reduce vulnerability.
Risk management seeks to identify and ultimately control possible future events and should be proactive rather than reactive. To be effective, it must rely on tools and techniques that help predict the likelihood of future events, the effects of these events and methods to deal with them.
We can work with you to independently assess risks associated with the quality/performance and costs of your project. Our modelling and analysis based prediction methods provide knowledge and reassurance for decision making.
Good risk management procedures ultimately measure the team's confidence level in the project on an ongoing basis and increase the likelihood of the project being completed on schedule and within budget. The objective is proactive management of projects, where problems are reduced as they are identified. Early risk identification ensures that design and team effort is concentrated in critical areas. Because of this our preference is to work with you in an integrated manner across the design process.