After having worked in the commercial project management world for 15 years, we founded C&C in 2011 after searching for our own counterpart in the residential sector. We had a need to engage the service of an independent project manager on our own apartment and could not find the same service which we offered in the commercial world in the residential market.
Before founding C&C we worked in many countries on some of the largest and most exciting projects in the world (building the world's largest shopping mall in Dubai) to small office fit outs and our own renovations.
We have a particular fondness of being organised and upfront which makes project management pretty easy.
With construction management and business degrees, an MBA and diplomas in finance and project management, blended with 30 combined years of experience in the industry, we know and love projects, but most importantly we know how to actually deliver successful projects and communicate with people.
ABOUT PROJECT MANAGEMENT
True independent project management is project management that is not also something else.
Not an engineer or an architect - they have a specific skill set and is most often required on a project, however not to cover all project management elements
Not a builder with a project management arm - the project manager works for the builder not you
Not a Strata Manager - they manage the administrative function of the whole strata plan not the ins and outs of a specific project on the ground, specifications and site meetings.
Project Management for residential Strata Ownership is unique - it is not a single owner dwelling. Owner residents, investors, tenants, strata managers, real estates and managing agents are all people involved in strata living which presents a potential complicated web. Successful strata projects require the application of project management which can accommodate all facets of this unique structure.
PROVIDING A SERVICE TO YOU THE WAY YOU WANT IT
Our business is the integration of all aspects of a project – time, cost, quality, communication, risk, resources and scope