What We Do

Project Management.

Our project managers are with the client every step of the way, making sure health & safety is followed, deadlines met, and the project is finished to a high quality.

Good project management requires three key components

Communication between client and suppliers, effective and efficient management of resources and making sure the programme of works is kept to.

At the start of onsite works, our management team will provide a programme of works, listing when and where all trades and other disciplines will be onsite or supplying products.  This is the project bible and will be frequently monitored, cross checked and updated as and when required.  Any changes to the programme will be conveyed to the client making sure that they are always aware of what works are being carried out at any given moment.

Dedicated Site Manager

In most cases, projects will have a dedicated site manager whose sole purpose is to make sure everything runs smoothly, health & safety regulations are kept to, the site remains secure with a record of who is present and to deal with any snags that could arise.

“The reason we have partnered with Kinetic on multiple fit-out and relocation projects now, is due to the level of service and attention to detail we receive. They have set a precedent on the standard of work delivered and responsiveness that is second to none. They always talk you through any decision that needs to be made, providing numerous solutions and alternatives to sometimes difficult building constraints and restrictions and it’s always with a smile. The successful delivery of our recent fit-out; on time, on budget and whilst navigating the complexities of COVID-19 throughout the build, is a testament to their ability and the end result is simply stunning. One very happy customer who can’t wait to get back to the office to enjoy the beautiful space we’ve created!”

Leah Manning

- Director - Global Facilities and Operations

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Piccadilly, London
30,000ft² (3 buildings)