Project Advisory

Blackrock Expert Services’s Project Advisory team draws on our expert knowledge and transposes it early into the project life-cycle to ensure that the project definition and implementation strategy are aligned and effective in delivering the planned project.

During the implementation phase we collaborate with the project delivery team, proactively manage the project and provide an independent and accurate appraisal of the project with an emphasis on safeguarding the client’s interests prior to closeout and handover.

Blackrock Expert Services’s experts have advised on an extensive range of projects. Some examples of our work include:

  • Project definition & planning
  • Project strategy
  • Procurement & contracts
  • Consultant selection
  • Delivery oversight
  • Project monitoring & reporting
  • Compliance reviews
  • Project ‘health check’
  • Distressed project appraisal and advice

Key Projects

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  • Listed Building Refurbishment

    Project advisory for luxury Grade I listed building refurbishment.

    Engaged to provide independent strategic project management, progress monitoring and technical advice to assist with construction management and dispute avoidance on a major building refurbishment and fit-out project in South West London, England. The US$57m, Grade I listed building project involved demolition and reconstruction works to create linked office, meeting and residential accommodation and new structural framing to support the existing top floors.

  • Mineral Processing Plant

    Mineral processing plant on the site of an open-cut copper mine.

    Blackrock Expert Services was required to evaluate the performance of an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor and prepare a report for an LCIA Arbitration.

  • University District Development

    Minimising project risks on ambitious UK university development scheme.

    Engaged by the University of Cambridge to provide independent project advisory services for the first phase of North West Cambridge Development, a new US$1.3bn sustainable urban development of homes, shops and schools on the city’s outlying farmland to alleviate overcrowding and rising land prices. Scope included independent technical and strategic project management advice, and project progress monitoring to assist the University’s management team in minimising key project risks for the delivery of major infrastructure and common facilities.