DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING INNOVATIVE CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMMES & METHODOLOGIES
Construction Project Management Auckland
You can depend on us for construction project management Auckland. We carry out extensive research to ensure we fully understand the individual needs our clients and those of their particular. We listen, we communicate and never lose sight of the fact that the expectations of our client are paramount. Our Clients as an essential part of the project team and we ensure that they are involved closely in all aspects of their project from commencement to conclusion. Long term relationships with our clients is part of our philosophy of delivering to very high standards.
Gallivan Group Project Management
We have very specific standards of construction project management service delivery that we work towards every day. These include:
Deliver a result that satisfies the expectations of our clients.
Organise and coordinate teams to ensure all aspects of the project are covered.
Manage and lead the team, and represent the client.
Deliver a product of the highest quality in line with the specification – and to do this on time, and within budget.
Programme & Planning.
The Gallivan Group have the experience in the commercial sector to meet your unique business requirements. Whether it’s an office fit out or renovating the whole building, we have all the skills to deliver cost effective and timely solutions. Our management and site teams are trained and certified professionals who bring years of experience to your project.
Our successful commercial projects span many sectors including industrial, retail, warehousing, health and public sector
We are here to work with you every step of the way from initial planning to the finished result.
The Gallivan Group will assist with seismic earthquake strengthening on both new and existing buildings. We will work closely with seismic engineers to ensure that your building complies completely with current building codes.
A building is earthquake prone if it will have its ultimate capacity exceeded in a moderate earthquake, and if it were to collapse, would do so in a way that is likely to cause injury or death to persons in or near the building or on any other property, or damage to any other property.
Recent events in Christchurch and Wellington have highlighted the need for buildings in New Zealand to be brought up to modern standards of earthquake-proofing. A new national system for managing earthquake-prone buildings came into effect on July 1st 2017. This new system affects owners of earthquake-prone buildings, building users, local authorities, engineers and other building professionals. Advancements in the knowledge of seismicity, material properties and the response of buildings to earthquake shaking has resulted in refinements to requirements for the design and detail of buildings.