At Land Sterling, the first thing we do in commercial services is establishing a budget. We prioritize our clients getting optimal value on their investments. According to our years of experience, we devise precise budgets that are written based on a suitable level of possibility as the case may be.
Land Sterling’s commercial team engages with the client and consultant team to:
We work with stakeholders throughout the design management process. To accurately manage and monitor the development budget. As part of this process, we maintain:
We use the latest software to estimate and manage design transitions including risk management and change management. We assess and recommend the most suitable procurement route. We ensure good contracting strategy for your project as this helps to balancing time, cost, and quality considerations.
Land Sterling prioritize the importance of managing our client’s costs. We provide a level of service that instills and maintains confidence. Our team of chartered quantity surveying professionals works expressly in line with best industry practices. And also by recognized international standards and ethics. As a result, our services during construction include:
We maintain delivery to budget and achieve out-turn cost certainty through:
Land Sterling also ably assist in the unfortunate event that our clients may face, be it contentious contractual situations. We manage the assessment and evaluation of any claims or disputes.
We ensure that all stakeholders are on the same page and that the contracts reflect this. Similarly, Land Sterling engages with all stakeholders to ensure that everyone understands and is clear on their:
Our team works closely with clients. As a result, we avoid escalating any issues and prevent disputes. We can carry out a full scope of services in this specialist field. This includes:
Be it either claimant or defendant. We guarantee our clients the best possible outcome to any claims or disputes arising.
Our in-house team can assess current process inefficiencies. They also review cost planning and time over-runs, including procurement strategy. Afterward, they give recommendations for improvements.