A Site Manager is a key role involved at all stages of a project.
During the initial tender stage, they attend site visits and compile method statements, programmes and logistics solutions. At pre-construction, they mobilise the project including site set-up, procurement and extensive Client, Design Team and community engagement. With the project live, the Site Manager oversees all elements of site management such as programme, resourcing, inductions, toolbox talks, safety and quality management audits and inspections. They engage with a wide range of stakeholders in addition to the Client team including end-users, sub-contractors, building control, specialists and the local community. The Site Manager delivers the final handover to the Client/ end-users and assists with any aftercare requirements.
- Attention to detail
- Problem solving
- Team sports
- Design and technology
“I have managed a diversity of projects including offices, schools, prisons, Police Stations and leisure centres; every project has been different with its own interesting and unique challenges. It gives me an enormous sense of pride when I look back at the projects I have completed.”
Ian Spink MCIOB – Senior Site Manager