Commercial Management

Jackson Rowe can draw upon a vast range of experience in all aspects of commercial management and we advise client organisations on how to manage and implement commercial procedures within their own organisation, or through outsourcing.

We give sound commercial and contractual advice utilising experience drawn from within different sectors of the industry. Where time is of the essence we may provide additional resources to free up client management time to address and resolve many issues including all aspects of documentation, provisions for payment and variation and payment mechanisms.

It is our belief that sound commercial management is paramount to the efficient running of any aspect of the construction industry from procurement through to construction and closing out accounts, especially by drawing from experience on how to resolve issues that arise.

We can provide:

  • Cost plans
  • Operating statements
  • Budgets
  • Cash and cost flow forecasts
  • Project costing,
  • Valuations of work executed / outstanding
  • Contract / sub-contract procurement (through alternative procurement strategies),
  • Purchasing and materials handling including off site resting certificates and delivery through international suppliers

Since change is also an inevitable component of all construction projects, the management of change and the establishment of systems to assess, control and plan change before financial commitment are essential. We are experienced in projects requiring this degree of flexibility and the controls essential to ensure such changes are managed within acceptable time, cost and quality parameters.

Our range of expertise includes:

  • Value engineering
  • Life cycle costing
  • Insurance valuations
  • Risk analysis
  • Capital allowances
  • Loss assessment
  • Insurance claims and settlement
  • Public funding assistance
  • Valuing change

In numerous instances we have provided a Commercial Management team to supplement or run a client’s department in reporting to existing management, leaving the client to plan and develop their own business.