Project Management

Savills provides project & development managers for all kinds of properties and projects.

Specialist Property Services and Sectors


What we do

Savills’ project managers accounts for the development and refinement of our clients’ properties. We coordinate, manage, monitor and follow up existing projects aligned with our property managers and contractors.

Successively, we steer these ongoing projects towards targeted goals in terms of financial, time and technology aspects followed by continuously reporting, surveying and closing final accounts.

We operate accordingly with our management system, with regards to our structure and working procedures throughout all phases of a project, from initiation to completion of each development. Additionally, our teams devote full commitment to our clients during the course of each project, offering tailor made solutions such as the following:

  • Project & Development Management
  • Construction Management
  • Planning and Execution management
  • Monitoring
  • Technical Due Diligence
  • Status surveying and inspecting
  • Feasibility and pre- studies
  • Investment forecasts and assessments
  • Cost forecasts and assessments
  • Outlining time plans
  • Procurements
  • Governmental regulations and processes according to PBL (the Swedish Development & Planning legislation)
  • Control supervisions bestowing PBL (the Swedish Development & Planning legislation)
  • Procurements according to the LOU (the Swedish public procurement legislation)


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DP World London Gateway has appointed Savills as sole agent for its Logistics Park.

2019 to see office rents north of £35 PSF in Edinburgh - Savills
16 January 2019

According to Savills, an acute lack of supply in Edinburgh’s city centre will push office rents north of £35 per sq ft in 2019. The international real estate advisor suggests that while occupier focus in the year ahead will remain on the city centre, rental increases and lack of supply may cause certain organisations to consider opportunities on the city’s western periphery.