All In Project Management arose from the realisation that homeowners and family developers are largely unrepresented in the home rebuilding and small development sectors. The process of scoping, budgeting, designing, Council approvals and undertaking substantial works on a property is utterly unfamiliar to the majority of the population. Despite this, homeowners and family developers frequently outlay hundreds of thousands of dollars seeking to capitalise upon the inherent value of their land without their interests being truly represented.
When looking at undertaking substantial alterations to our own house in Randwick while living in the UK some years ago, the Principal was struck by the lack of client-side project management options in the single-dwelling residential sector. We were fortunate in that the architect appointed to design and manage our works did an excellent job. However, the fact is that we could have easily been paired with someone less suitable for the task of managing the job in our absence. Further, a perceived misalignment of financial interests between client and architect struck a chord, and the seeds of All In Project Management were planted.
Below are the core philosophies of All In Project Management and how they relate to the management of your upcoming project.