Construction project management is the process of planning, organizing, and controlling the resources and activities required to complete a construction project.

It involves overseeing the entire project from start to finish, including budgeting, scheduling, and coordinating the work of various contractors and other professionals involved in the project.

The goal of construction project management is to ensure that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards.


  • PLANNING: This involves developing a clear project plan that outlines the scope of work, budget, timeline, and other key details. This may include creating a detailed schedule, identifying the resources needed for the project, and developing a risk management plan.
  • BUDGETING: The project manager will work with the client and other stakeholders to establish a budget for the project, and will ensure that the project stays within budget throughout the construction process.
  • SCHEDULING: The project manager will create a detailed schedule that outlines the tasks and milestones required to complete the project. This may include coordinating the work of multiple contractors and other professionals, and ensuring that the project stays on schedule.
  • RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: The project manager will be responsible for ensuring that the necessary resources, including materials, equipment, and labor, are available and allocated effectively throughout the construction process.
  • QUALITY CONTROL: The project manager will be responsible for ensuring that the work is completed to the specified quality standards and that any issues or defects are identified and addressed promptly.