As project Superintendent, we provide contract management services throughout the project, confirming compliance with requirements of the contract, certifying payment claims, extension of time and variation of the project.

Once you’ve briefed us on a project, you’ll be matched with a Superintendent from our team, who has been carefully selected based on their expertise, experience and suitability for the project.

The role of the Superintendent

The role of the Superintendent can vary depending on the nature of the project and your requirements. Typically, this includes:

  • Monitoring progress
  • Monitoring compliance – ensuring specification and authority requirements are met
  • Administering the contract
  • Liaising with the principal and the contractor
  • Managing certifications
  • Determining when completion is achieved
  • Finalising the contract
  • Identifing any conflicts that could affect the progress of construction and work with the project team to resolve them
  • Coordinating required inspections with local jurisdictions

Our Values

Experience. Care. Integrity.

At McNally, we are client-focused, hard working and diligent. We manage our projects with consultation and care, always committing to our word and delivering outcomes that make us proud.

The McNally difference

The boutique nature of McNally as a firm means that the Superintendent will work closely with you to ensure that you are fully abreast of how the project is progressing through each step of the construction process. The breadth and depth of experience across the McNally team means we can streamline the construction process for maximum efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

As specialists operating only in Sydney and New South Wales, we have an intimate knowledge of all facets of local regulations and statutory requirements. Add to that our extensive experience working closely with local suppliers and contractors, and you can be assured that any project we undertake runs smoothly and to plan.

Our Services are scaled to suit each individual project depending on the project’s scope and budget. On smaller projects a Project Manager may be engaged to look after a broader range of tasks that might usually fall within the scope of a Design Manager, Superintendent or Development Manager. On larger projects it’s important to define and scope the roles articulating more specifically the responsibilities of these four service areas to ensure the project is delivered on time, cost and quality parameters.

Let’s Get Your Next Project Moving

For an initial, no-obligation chat to discuss your project options, you can contact us by phone or email, or visit us at our Sydney office during business hours.