What should construction clients look for in a Principal Designer?

What should construction clients look for in a Principal Designer?

Ian Stone Health & Safety

A Principal Designer is appointed by the client to have control over a project’s Pre-Construction Phase. The Principal Designer can be an organisation – or on a smaller project an individual – that has: A technical knowledge of the construction industry which is relevant to the project The understanding and skills to manage and coordinate the pre-construction phase, including any …

Risk assessments on construction sites

Risk assessments on construction sites

Neil Munro Health & Safety

Managing health and safety on construction sites can be far more complex than in other workplaces. In factories and offices, you normally have the same teams working together, fulfilling regular duties. In comparison, on a construction site, the site is undergoing a transformation and teams from different trades come together to work alongside one another. The human interaction between different …