Our Service

Hayes Higgins Partnership comprises multidisciplinary professionals with the necessary experience, expertise and capability to successfully plan, manage and deliver a wide range of projects from simple refurbishment projects to complex infrastructure replacement projects.

The key success factors of our approach are based upon our ability to fully comprehend our Clients requirements, to identify all potential operational, business and technical risks involved in the process and to implement robust project management and control procedures that are focused on effectively managing out these risks to acceptable and controllable levels.

The role of Project management within HHP is the overall planning, co-ordination and control of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting our clients requirements in order to produce a functional and financially viable project that will be completed on time within the authorised cost and to the required quality standards.

 

Our Approach

Our sizeable base of building cost information enables us to establish accurate project budgets from an early stage of the development process, providing the client with clear feasibility advice that supports effective project decisions before significant project development costs have been incurred.

From these vital early phases of the project our team then manages the project procurement, design and construction processes employing robust programme and cost management techniques to ensure timely, cost effective project implementation.

Our approach is to build productive working relationships with both the client and the contractor employed; creating an effective communication channel between all parties, and maintaining clear and regular feedback reporting to the client throughout the duration of the project.

 

Services Include:
  • Feasibility Studies

  • Front end strategic planning

  • Stakeholder identification, analysis and management

  • Contract Management

  • Value Engineering

  • Facilities Management

  • Contract Procedures

  • Local Authority and Planning Approvals

  • Cost Planning-Construction Economics

  • Brief Design and Quality Control

  • Reporting and Meetings

  • Project Programming