Project Managament

Looking at the anatomy of a building project there are many orbiting groups, either going on either at the same time or in staggered operations. When one construction operation is finished, as the workers and the designated equipment pull out the next crews are ready to slide in and continue the process. In essence, the building crews operate like an orchestra and each phase of the operation is like the movement of a symphony where each section of instruments comes in on cue. And if you watch a symphony orchestra you will see that the musicians are all keyed into the movements of the conductor who is responsible for making them function as a single organism. This is how Wilmar Group sees the building process.

Our project management system includes developing a plan in conjunction with the client’s purpose and this includes the defining of specific project aspirations, identifying the tasks that will lay out how goals will be met, acquiring the resources and materials needed and putting together the budget and schedules for completion. Once these criteria are in place we put the plan and process in motion, maintaining controls in order to follow the “critical path” of the project.

Our professional project management people also view each part of the building process in terms of goal achievement. Because each segment must adhere to the client’s expectation which includes time, cost and quality.

In addition our project management goes beyond projected timelines, schedules and weekly status reports. They are well-trained with the skills necessary to face an ever-changing series of challenges. They excel in time management, cost control, risk management and other practices necessary for success on the job site:

Skilled Negotiation

This is a vital part of every project manager’s. Managing employees, scheduling contractors and subtrades, and dealing with suppliers all require skilled negotiation. In fact the success and quality of the project is in no small amount directly affected by negotiation skills.


The right project manager knows how to delegate priorities amongst the dozens of parties vying for his attention as well as other scarce resources. In this area the project manager must be first and foremost a good boss who can sort out problems between the different skill areas and build favourable compromises.

Client Participation

The client is a partner in the project and our project managers know this. They are given every consideration during the process.


As every decision, either directly or indirectly, depends on financial resources, this is the lifeblood. A good project manager needs to have a process for finances, staff delegation and equipment as it relates to the bottom-line.

Wilmar can provide the best in project management. Just give us a call for a consultation.