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All procurement routes require that a party acts as an administrator, although often under the guise of a different job title (Contract Administrator, Project Manager etc). The role varies in complexity depending on many factors.

Within some larger client organisations a specific person may undertake the role or it may be undertaken by another member of the design team such as the Architect. Hookway employs qualified seasoned professionals with many years of experience in undertaking this most important role on a variety of project types and values. We pride ourselves on the successful collaborative approach we bring to the role.

In addition, we are also able to undertake the role of Employers Agent on Design and Build contracts to monitor the works and ensure that the Employers requirements are met and transfer of information between all parties is achieved.  

Testimonial

“The whole project was entirely ‘self-sufficient’ as far as the school leaders were concerned, apart from pre-agreed meetings/decisions along the way, and the building was completed to a very high spec in a safe and efficient way. We would have no hesitation in recommending Hookway to other schools.”

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A warm welcome to Felicity, a recent addition to the Hookway team

Building Surveyor, Felicity Jewell, joined Hookway in Spring this year and we are pleased to welcome her into our team.

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Hookway helping house builders across the board

Ground-breaking research released by the National Housing Federation shows that England’s total housing need backlog has reached four million homes.

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Build up, not out! Vertical thinking could be the answer

Faced with increasing numbers a School in Cumbria approached Hookway to investigate the financial viability of building an extension to house three much needed additional classrooms.

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