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Project coordination and management is a huge undertaking and entails planning, scheduling, monitoring, coordinating, directing, documenting, closing a project, and performing follow-up with the client after move-in.

  • Organizing and coordinating the project schedule and keeping it on track
  • Scheduling meetings and coordinating all communication between the client, design team staff, contractor, consultants & governmental regulatory agencies
  • Coordinating the production of construction documents and participate in bidding/negotiations
  • Obtaining client approvals when necessary
  • Monitoring and documenting all aspects of the project
  • Processing change orders, documents for payment
  • Managing all personnel assigned to the team
  • Resolving conflicts among team
  • Coordinating with client after move-in and project closeout


The activities fall under Project Management and some overlap with Contract Administration.

Project Coordination

Strategic planning (internal)
  • Researching client and project type.
  • Client’s goals
  • Building type
  • Programming information
  • Identifying stakeholders
  • Determining the scope of work
Determining the scope of work
Project managers are involved not only during the construction period but at the very beginning of the project.
Determining scope of work
The project manager is responsible for managing the consultants and bringing them in at the start of the project.

Contracts, Time and Fee Estimations, and Proposals

Contractual arrangements between all parties must be clearly spelled out in the contract with the owner.
Time and fee estimation
  • Fee projection chart
  • Proposals

Critical Path, Milestones, and Sequencing

Scheduling not only involves a time plan but takes into consideration if there’s enough staff and budget allocated to complete each phase. Design scheduling is done by the interior designer, while the construction schedule is the contractor’s responsibility. However, at the early stages of the project, before a contractor has been hired, the designer must give the client an estimated project delivery date.
Time and fee estimation
  • Fee projection chart
  • Proposals

Transmittals, Invoices, and PO’s

Project communication
The project manager is responsible for the management of communication. While it sounds like a simple matter, it can get quite complex. Project communication needs to be sent to the right people at the right time.
Purchase order review
Certificates of payment/invoices
Issuing certificates of payment to the contractor and consultants is another project manager’s duty.

Tracking & Expediting

The procurement phase tends to be the longest part of the design process, especially during the tracking and expediting phase. As the custom pieces are fabricated, and all orders are being fulfilled, we’re in constant contact with our vendors, ensuring all items will be arriving on the promised delivery dates.

Technical Site

The project manager is responsible for the management of communication. While it sounds like a simple matter, it can get quite complex.
Project communication needs to be sent to the right people at the right time.
Interior & Exterior
Space Planning
Brand Identity

01. Design preview, Sketches, Design style 02. Concept, 3D visualization, Shop drawing 03. Furniture, Renovation, Built-in
04. Display, Paintings, Ceramics, Glass 05. Logo, Image, Identity 06. Expediting, Procurement, Cost and Value Management, Technical Site

– What We Do –

Project management can be defined as a way of developing structure in a complex project,

where the independent variables of time, cost, resources and human behavior come together.

Rory Burke


We Love Our Client And Care Them

Don’t design your lifestyle for comfort, design it for passion. Don’t design it for functionality, design it for sensuality.
– Smart Design –

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“Our clients love the benefits of having a dedicated Project Manager as their guide throughout all the stages of their projects.”

Jason Liu

Jeko Group CEO

Project Management Expert
(021) 2411-8888
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