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Hookway believes that value engineering should be more than a simple cost reduction exercise. All elements and functions are continually reviewed as design progresses to highlight potential areas for consideration.

Options can generally be either a cost reduction (a less expensive product that may or may not be of similar quality to the originally specified), value added item (a higher quality item that brings additional advantages to the project), life cycle advantage (an item that has a better balance of capital cost and overall operational cost) and finally maintainability (items that incur a reduced overall maintenance cost).

Larger value or complex projects will often benefit from implementation of a structured value management strategy. The ultimate need and client brief are examined from a function based perspective to enable the various possible options to be reviewed and analysed to enable our clients to make informed decisions on the overall best value method of achieving their aims.

 

 

 

 

 

Testimonial

“We were excited to hear that we had secured the necessary funds to refurbish our tired building and, with the excellent support of Hookway, we now have a school that is fit for the twenty-first century! ”

“Hookway have helped to transform our aging washrooms over the past few months with minimum disruption to the school. Project management and funding application have been undertaken by Hookway in a very professional and helpful manner and we look forward to working with them in the future. ”

“Hookway really understand schools – including their needs and the financial pressure that they are often under - and we have a long-standing and very positive working relationship with the company.”

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Hookway secures £7.5 million worth of CIF bids for academy clients

We've helped over 30 academies secure a combined total of £7.5 million to address significant building condition needs.

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Welcome to Matt Beech, our newest recruit

Hookway’s team of Building Surveyors welcome Matt Beech, the company's newest recruit. Matt, a fully qualified building surveyor, started his career 'on the tools' and brings a wealth of experience to bear in his new role.

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Expanding the practice to meet an increased work load

2018 has been a phenomenal year for Hookway and we have been steadily expanding our practice to meet an ever increasing work load. Jo Moore, our most recent recruit, has joined the team to assist with property management administration.

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