Tag Archives: Project Management in Kent


Our team provide project management in Kent, amongst other services. Effective management is essential in the smooth and timely delivery of a project. When it comes to project management in Kent, there are few professions which need so many plates to be juggled, or that dictate so many strings be pulled. Overseeing the collaboration of different involved stakeholders is no easy feat, and requires strong communicative skills. Not only that, but it requires an ability to display flexibility, as well. If you’d like to find out more about our services, then get in touch! Contact Munday + Cramer today for a more comprehensive overview.

How Can Project Managers Continue To Successfully Deliver School Schemes, This Summer?


Whilst every section of society has been affected by coronavirus, those in education have been hit particularly hard. Around the globe, the pandemic has impacted over 80% of the world’s total enrolled learners. To counteract any further disruption, in the UK, the government has introduced its summer schools programme. The aim of this extra-curricular initiative is to offer those in education who have been negatively affected by the pandemic a well needed chance to catch up on their learning. But with construction schemes within schools typically carried out during school holidays, this understandably presents a conundrum for project managers. Here […]

Project Managers On Site

The Current Trends Within Project Management


Behind every great project is a manager (as any PM will take delight in telling you) and the success of any and every scheme hinges on the ability of these professionals to plan, procure, coordinate and oversee how different strands of a project come together. These managers work across a multitude of sectors and areas, covering everything from the construction of smart cities to the commitment to a greener, cleaner future. It’s worth noting that project management is far from an immutable discipline – it’s not an ancient practice from time immemorial, never to be changed. It’s constantly evolving and […]

A wall reading 'projects' to represent project management.