Project Management

Quality is a core objective of any Dependon Group project, and we dedicate ample internal resource to ensure expectations are exceeded.

All aspects of a build are subject to our rigorous quality control processes which dictate that regular testing, inspection and quality sign off be undertaken at all phases.

This is facilitated by careful project planning from the outset by our professional team who understand the logistics of both small and large scale projects. Such organisation is crucial to a streamlined cascade of trades to achieve critical targets, allowing for such elements as the inspection and testing of workmanship, moisture control, watertightness and so forth. Our robust network of supply chain partners are also vetted by a controlled procurement process. We are fortunate to have built lasting relationships with some of the best in the industry.


Project Management

Post Completion Operations and Support

Dependon appreciates that handover is not the end of our contract or obligations. 

Once our formal contract has come to an end, Dependon is happy to undertake further services through optional service level agreements, from minor repairs on a call out basis, through to annual surveys and a fully comprehensive maintenance service covering all aspects of the building, including the mechanical and electrical systems.



We are really happy with the work that was done from start to end. The design process was detailed and thorough.

The build quality and attention to detail were first class and the people doing the work were polite, tidy and considerate. The overall result is exactly what we wanted.

Every detail managed

New Builds to
renovations in every detail

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Project management is the process of leading the work of a team to achieve all project goals within the given constraints. This often involves the planning, initiation, execution, monitoring, and closing of a project. It ensures that projects are delivered on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards.

At Dependon, ensuring quality is at the heart of everything we do. Here’s how we maintain the highest standards throughout the project management process:

Rigorous Quality Control: We implement strict quality control processes at all phases of a project, including regular testing, inspection, and quality sign-offs, to ensure that every aspect of the build meets our high standards.

Careful Project Planning: Our professional team meticulously plans every project from the outset, understanding the logistics involved in both small and large-scale projects. This organisation is crucial for a streamlined operation, allowing for the timely completion of critical targets such as workmanship inspection, moisture control, and watertightness.

Robust Supply Chain Network: We have built lasting relationships with some of the best in the industry through a controlled procurement process, ensuring that all our supply chain partners meet our stringent quality criteria.

Post-Completion Support: Recognizing that our responsibility doesn’t end at handover, we offer optional service-level agreements for ongoing support. This includes minor repairs, annual surveys, and comprehensive maintenance services covering all aspects of the building, including mechanical and electrical systems.

Cost management in project management is the process of planning, estimating, budgeting, and controlling costs within the project. It ensures that the project is completed within the approved budget. This involves accurately estimating costs, setting a realistic budget, and managing and controlling costs throughout the lifecycle of the project.
Risk in project management refers to the potential of facing unexpected events or circumstances that can impact the project’s objectives, timeline, or performance. These risks can be related to various factors, including technological challenges, financial uncertainties, legal liabilities, accidents, natural disasters, and market conditions. Effective risk management involves identifying, assessing, and prioritising risks, followed by coordinating and applying resources to minimise, monitor, and control the probability or impact of unfortunate events.
Cost estimation in project management involves predicting the amount of money required to complete a project within its scope. This process includes forecasting the costs of resources, labour, materials, equipment, and any other expenses necessary to deliver the project. Accurate cost estimations are crucial for setting realistic budgets, securing funding, and ensuring financial feasibility and profitability of the project.