In just three words, ‘Best for project’ sums up our philosophy and our approach to project management.
When you’re a Xigo client, we step into your shoes and see the project through your eyes. Every recommendation or decision we make is chosen because it contributes to the best overall outcome. We do what’s right and what matters. And we do what we say we’re going to do.
A community of experts
Every member of our team has specific talents and strengths, which gives us scope to select the most appropriate person for your project. It’s important that you ‘click’ with your Xigo project manager – a good rapport is essential for an effective working relationship.
Project management is people management
Construction companies build buildings; great project managers build relationships. We’re the glue that connects every phase, every challenge and every contractor. By charting the way forward and proactively identifying potential risks, we can prevent problems that might hinder progress. It’s our job to think of everything that might happen, and make plans accordingly.
Bespoke, but using proven disciplines
The foundation for everything we do is a robust body of knowledge, skills and disciplines – the product of education and experience. However ours is not a one-size-fits-all service. No two projects are the same, so we create a customised execution plan for each new mission. With Xigo you always get the benefit of proven methodology counterbalanced by agility, flexibility and ingenuity.
Embracing your challenges with open arms
When a client says “it’s never been done before”, our eyes light up. Problems are opportunities; challenges are an invitation to achieve something remarkable. We’re prepared to boldly go where you need to go, providing the skills and support that will get you there on time and within budget.
“When time frames are tight and pressure is high, Xigo make good decisions quickly.”
Project Director DART
“Xigo are focused on clients and focused on delivery. What we’re trying to achieve is at the centre of their thoughts.”
Nick Seymour, Project Director