How to Guide to Best Practice Procurement

The development of a construction project is often a very complex process and clients must examine their priorities at the outset of the project brief. To avoid any abortive cost or projects being shelved, it is important to separate the actual needs from desired needs and identifying the purpose of the project, building function aesthetics, flexibility of use, specification, location and size. We would urge everyone to review project critical criteria such as time, cost, and quality and to develop a robust business case supported by market analysis and appropriate value propositions.


You can find more information on this free guide by Constructing Excellence South West here.