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Project Management

Before the commencement of any project, Knoetze Master Builders will plan the work to your property from start to finish. This will include, setting goals for the timing of your project, ensuring the right staff and sub-contractors are available to carry out the tasks required to suit the overall timing of your project.

Knoetze will ensure that the correct supervision is available to ensure that the level of craftsmanship that we pride ourselves upon is adhered to. The secret of great project management is to ensure that the client and all other involved parties are completely “in the loop” as far the the project is progressing.

The main role of the project manager is to ensure that we complete all of our projects on-time and on-budget, safely.

Health & Safety

Knoetze Master Builders take the Health & Safety of their staff, clients and other people affected their building work exceptionally seriously.

In order to reduce the possibility of an accident, Knoetze Master Builders work with the Construction Industry Training Board (C.I.T.B.) to ensure that our staff are kept abreast of the all relevant legislation affecting safe working in the construction industry.

Knoetze Master Builders adhere to the Construction Design & Management Regulations 2015, which is the law that applies to the whole construction process on all construction projects, from concept to completion. Knoetze’s site managers all complete the Site Management Safety Training Scheme Course, which highlights the need for risk assessment in the workplace, the implementation of the necessary control measures and adequate communication to sustain a health and safety culture within the workforce. Knoetze Master Builders will also prepare a Construction Phase Plan prior to working on site to identify any potential risks and try to mitigate them.

Knoetze staff also attend a 3 day first aid course which provides first aid training for people who are required to be first aiders within the workplace. The course syllabus is as specified by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and is fully compliant with the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981.

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