Project Management Partners
Our clients have often said that the construction of their premises is the one issue that gives them the most anxiety. The space you occupy says a lot about your company and its culture. Designing and building space on budget and on time is critical to any company, regardless of its size. That being said, getting started can be a daunting task. At the start of a project, tenants are often confused about how to build their space and whether the allowance provided by the landlord – known as the tenant improvement allowance or “TI” – is enough to cover the cost of the project. This is why it is important to select a project manager who can help you answer these questions and take your project through to completion.
Whether refreshing your space or building new space from shell condition it is essential that the project is completed on schedule and within budget. At Thompson Hennessey & Partners we will assist you in selecting the right Project Management team (“PM”) to quarterback the project and guide you through the process. We help you determine where to allocate your TI allowance in order to create a space that truly represents your company. Our concern is always with you, our client, so we have a vested interest in finding the right PM for your project. We act as an advisor to your PM throughout the process, from the site evaluation, through to completion.
The main components of a typical project that THP and your PM can help to navigate include:
- Program/Needs Assessment
- Site Review & Evaluation
- Building Comparison Analysis
- Pre-Construction Analysis
- Base Building Analysis
- Infrastructure Assessment
- Interview Architects & General Contractors
- Lease review
- Budget & Schedule Management
- Construction Oversight
- Negotiate Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment
- Sustainability/LEED Certification
- Move Management
THP is the trusted advisor who will help you to find the right project manager to guide you through the construction process from site review & evaluation all the way to move management.