Project Managment

People deliver projects and, as such, sineQN places great emphasis on teamwork, communication and collaboration. Relationship building and management is immensely important on construction projects where there are often multiple stakeholders and a significant supply chain. Where there are hundreds of people involved, project leadership is key and this is what sineQN focus on.

We provide detailed technical project management to bring complex projects to fruition. On large projects, we create a team comprising individuals with diverse skills to cover the life of a project. Often the requirements of a project change as it evolves and we can alter the make-up of our teams to keep them optimised. Depending on the stage of a project our project managers can advise on strategy and options, design team selection, procurement of construction services, risk management, and a range of key elements through to commissioning management and close out.

Our project managers come from various disciplines, including chartered surveyors, consulting engineers, armed services, building contractors, developers and client side (construction, engineering and operational). The majority of our project managers are currently or previously security cleared for sensitive projects. We have deep knowledge and experience across most areas on technical construction projects.

We are recognised for detailed input, management and advice on major data centre projects, corporate headquarters buildings, infrastructure, aviation, pharmaceutical and R&D. Our projects range from GBP 0.5m – 500m in construction value.


Key to sineQN’s project management of technical projects is demonstrable knowledge and experience around subjects such as the following:

  • Project strategy to support business models
  • Business case and budget approval process
  • Governance and reporting process
  • Managing monitoring teams
  • Construction programming
  • Mechanical and electrical design
  • Building structure and fabric design
  • Building and planning regulation approval (including localisation of design depending upon the country the site is based within)
  • Change management (including tenant change)
  • Technology interfaces with construction
  • BIM, DCIM
  • BREEAM/LEED
  • Health and safety
  • IST/Testing and commissioning
  • Handover management
  • Building operational matters
  • Dispute resolution
  • Defect resolution
  • Project auditing