Talus Partnership
PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Talus acts as Project Manager on a range of different types of construction projects. This involves using a combination of our knowledge, skills and processes in order to meet the requirements of any given scheme.

We strives to achieve the right balance in order to ensure that the project provides the best value, measured in terms of its objective and satisfaction of the requirements against its resource utilisation.

Talus provides project, commercial and asset management services to employers and contractors working in the construction sectors.

Talus provides project, commercial and asset management services to employers and contractors working in the construction sectors.

We can help you in many different ways

The services that Talus provides are tailored to meet specific client and project requirements. Each commission is overseen by the Managing Director, James Hopkins, who has responsibility for working with the client in order to understand the project requirements and to develop solutions that are cost effective and which deliver successful outcomes.

Talus has expertise in:

The Asset Life Cycle

These skills encompass all stages from feasibility, through the development and implementation of a project, to the ongoing maintenance of an asset or facility. By understanding the business case for an asset - its purpose, construction, use and maintenance requirements - we successfully provide services throughout the lifecycle of a built asset including:

    Asset Management

  • Asset and facilities management
  • Benchmarking and KPI’s
  • Managing the supply chain
  • Training, mentoring and coaching project staff
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    Project Implementation

  • Managing the contract
  • Maintaining project controls
  • Managing the contract
  • Controlling project change
  • Maintaining collaborative arrangements
  • Measuring KPI’s and assessing performance
  • Performance
  • Preparing interim valuations
  • Managing risk
  • Carrying out project audits
  • Avoiding and resolving disputes
  • Agreeing final accounts

    Feasibility and Strategy

  • Developing the client’s brief
  • Preparing feasibility studies
  • Preparing a budget with a cost manager
  • Developing procurement strategies
  • Undertaking risk and value management

    Project Development

  • Establishing project teams
  • Managing programmes of work
  • Developing project controls
  • Cost planning and control
  • Managing the supply chain
  • Tendering and selecting the contractor
  • Developing collaborative arrangements
  • Bechmarking and establishing KPIs
  • Indertaking value management and engineering
  • Managing risk
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“Project management is vital to a successful scheme outcome.”
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