Contract Rite provide personal professional construction support designed to become an integrated part of your Business. We offer specialist contract advice, keeping you within the boundaries of your contractual obligations.
Contract Management Services
Our flexible packages provide you with the personal support you need allowing us to become part of your team and improving your processes.
Why Choose Us?
1. Expert Support Team
We will help you achieve outstanding construction contract management by providing professional construction contracting advice along with improving your company processes and procedures, together ensuring that your projects are delivered successfully. Our service will allow you to spend more time concentrating on other areas within your business, winning more work, maintaining client satisfaction, and improving your company’s reputation.
2. Value for Money
Traditionally your contract options were to either employ a full time commercial manager or quantity surveyor which puts huge strain on your company financially resulting in you becoming contractual and aggressive with your clients and supply chain, which is not what you want your company to be. Or, to procure the services of a consultancy you use as a one off who know nothing about you or your company, charging you extremely high rates (average in 2019 being around £125/Hr up to around £300/Hr).
3. Continuity of Service
Historically contractors would only look for contractual support when there is a problem and very often at this point it is too late to recover from, why plan to fail by waiting? By continuously working with Contract Rite on a month by month, project by project basis we will help you avoid this situation, increase efficiencies, and reduce disputes.
4. Simple Fees
- Fixed fees and charges agreed upfront
- Paid hassle free by monthly direct debit and invoice
- Different packages to choose from to suit your needs
- Easy and simple to start
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