Project Management


R&C Appalti also covers back office and front office activities and these are managed by a specialized staff member known as the project manager.

The construction project manager has specific technical knowledge in his field of work, and has a number of complex and varied responsibilities, such as managing the life cycle of a project from participating in the tender, to the execution, supply and delivery of the goods, definition and supervision of the operative, technical, economic and legal aspects and the respect of contract agreements on time, cost and quality of the work in question.

The consultancy regards the analysis, design, planning and execution of the project’s objectives, managing its every aspect and evolution phases, in compliance with precise obligations (time, cost, resources, goals, quality).

Choosing the Restyling and Consulting group means dealing with only one party who takes care of every aspect with attention to detail, who guarantees competence and quality, binding execution timeframes and the certainty that the project is followed in every step from its beginning to the finishing touches. This gives our customers the guarantee of cost optimization on materials and manpower. The many years of experience in the healthcare, petrol, catering and housing sectors are a guarantee of an extremely professional service that satisfies every need.

The main challenge of project management is to reach the project’s goals while staying within the classis limits established by the customer with regard to costs, time and scope (as to quality). The secondary challenge, but not less important, is to optimize resource allocation and the necessary input needed to reach the defined goals. These challenges must be carried out solving the problems and mitigating the risks that each project, in one way or another, might find on its path. The project management is instrumental to the so-called program management of the program management office that coordinates the project portfolio management.


Project management covers various activities:

  • analysis and definition of the goals and events that control them (compelling events);
  • work planning in view of the objectives;
  • identification and management of risks;
  • evaluation and planning of necessary resources;
  • resource allocation and deallocation;
  • work and processes organization;
  • human resources and materials procurement;
  • task assignment;
  • activity management and coordination;
  • evaluation of project parameters;
  • analysis of results obtained based on facts and information collected;
  • definition and supervision of corrective measures that are necessary with delivery of the project in adherence with the objectives;
  • time forecasts, costs and other project indicators;
  • quality management;
  • management and problem solving;
  • quality insurance (minimization of non-compliance);
  • identification, management and supervision of objective variations (change request management);
  • project closure and disallocation of resources;
  • management of acceptance of results obtained;
  • project communication (point 2) or dissemination;
  • communication to customers of results obtained.