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Each and every project is unique with a different set of client requirements, scale and complexities and therefore each has to be assessed and evaluated before an appropriate fee structure can be presented.  Typically there are 3 types of fee approaches:

  1. Fixed Sum Fee- This is more often the preferred option for both client and project manager as it gives certainty and everyone knows where they are with cost.  However, to be able to provide a fixed fee it is important to understand and agree the full scope of works and services required at the outset of a project.  Or,

  2. Hourly/Daily Rate - Used when it is difficult to get to a fixed fee position because the scope of works cannot be defined early on as the project is too 'fluid' or perhaps where a client wants to use my services on an as and when required basis.  Please do contact me to get a guide rate.  Or,

  3. A combination of both hourly/daily rate and a fixed sum - An example of when this might be used would be where at the start of a project the  project parameters are not clear and therefore an hourly/daily rate is used and later in the project when programme and designs are fixed, then a fixed fee for the remaining project management works through to completion of the project can be agreed.

I do not charge for the first introductory meeting.  Fees only become applicable after an agreement to proceed is reached with the client.

 I look forward to discussing your project!

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