• Colliers Project Managers Lasso Costs That Threaten To Run Away

    20 April 2016

    Sun Life Financial’s requirement for its 19,000ft2 of new office space in Hung Hom to be wired to allow the occupants to broadcast to their colleagues in different rooms on different floors made fitting outthe offices a highly demanding project.


    The insurer and Colliers International came up with a plan, and the project managers ordered all the components and services for the new systems and supervised the installation. Colliers says that within weeks, Sun Life employees settled into their new offices, able to interact easily with each other. Colliers says it has gone beyond broking to undertake the project management of fitting-out work that buyers or tenants of property used to try do themselves before they moved in, often with messy results. Colliers says its project managers are well-placed to rein in costs, for example by advising how to use space most efficiently – useful advice in a place as expensive as Hong Kong.

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