At Aamkso Consulting, we pride ourselves on our meticulous and highly effective approach to project management of building remediation. Our commitment to excellence, backed by a diverse background encompassing architecture, law, building remediation, and management accounting, sets us apart as the trusted choice for your projects. Our family-operated consultancy is dedicated to delivering excellence in project management services tailored to your specific needs.

Understanding Your Objectives.

Our first step in any project is to collaborate closely with you, our valued client. We take the time to thoroughly understand your objectives, allowing us to tailor our services to meet your precise requirements. This client-centric approach is the foundation of our success.

Unique Approach to Project Management.

We understand that every building remediation project is unique, and our approach reflects this understanding.

We work collaboratively with our clients, ensuring a clear understanding of your objectives. By focusing on your specific requirements, togeather with you we structure a best practice project management scope that is focused on mitigating the risks involved in a building remediation project.

“Project Management with Accountability”

We believe that accountability promotes transparency, trust, and adherence to project goals and safety standards. Accountability is a critical aspect of building remediation projects, as it helps ensure that risk is correctly mitigated at all phases of the project by ensuring all stakeholders, including project teams, contractors, regulatory bodies, and property owners, fulfill their responsibilities and commitments.

Project Management Services.

Project Initiation: During this phase, project managers define the project’s objectives, goals, and scope. They identify stakeholders, establish priorities, and determine the overall strategy for the remediation.

Site Assessment: A detailed site assessment is crucial to identify the extent and nature of building issues, including structural damage, safety hazards, or environmental concerns. Project managers work with experts and engineers to assess the building’s condition thoroughly.

Regulatory Compliance: Ensuring compliance with local building codes, environmental regulations, safety standards, and permits is essential. Project managers liaise with regulatory authorities to secure necessary approvals and permits.

Scope Definition: Clear and comprehensive scope statements are developed, outlining the specific remediation work required. This may include structural repairs, environmental cleanup, asbestos removal, mold remediation, and more.

Project Planning: Project managers create detailed project plans, including schedules, resource allocation, and budgets. They determine the sequence of remediation activities and establish milestones.

Team Formation: Project managers assemble a team of experts, contractors, engineers, environmental specialists, and other professionals essential for the successful execution of the remediation project. Roles and responsibilities are defined.

Risk Assessment and Mitigation: Risks associated with building remediation, such as unforeseen structural issues or environmental challenges, are identified, assessed, and mitigated. Contingency plans are developed to address potential issues.

Health and Safety: Ensuring the safety of all personnel involved in the project is a top priority. Project managers implement safety protocols, conduct safety training, and monitor compliance with safety regulations.

Quality Control: Quality assurance and control processes are established to ensure that the remediation work meets industry standards and specifications. Regular inspections and quality checks are performed.

Cost Management: Project managers closely monitor project expenses, manage the budget, and make adjustments as needed to stay within financial constraints.

Communication: Effective communication with stakeholders, including building owners, occupants, regulatory agencies, and contractors, is vital. Project managers provide regular updates on project progress and address concerns or questions.

Documentation: Detailed records of all remediation activities, inspections, and compliance documentation are maintained for future reference and auditing purposes.

Project Closure: Once the remediation work is complete, and the building is deemed safe and compliant, project managers oversee the closure process. This may include final inspections, obtaining certificates of occupancy, and handing over the building to the owner.