Between 07.30 and 09.00 you start your working day from your home office with great enthusiasm. You start with a team meeting with the planning supervisor who is currently working on a project for 24 new-build flats in the tender phase, where your implementation knowledge is brought in. For one of your projects, you have an appointment at the building site. Due to the bad weather, certain activities have been delayed and, together with the site manager, you are going to see whether there are ways of optimising the implementation.
When you arrive at the office, you hear from a colleague that a team member has a new baby on the way. You make a note to agree with some colleagues later on when you will go and visit the baby. You also make a phone call to the housing coach who is dealing with a buyer who has a specific implementation-related question.
To 12.30 pm You have a break and agree with your colleagues whether you go for a walk or have lunch in the canteen.
After the break, you will have a purchasing meeting with the installer. The central question is: 'which system fits the house best? Earlier, you asked this installer about the right choice for the use of ground sources in relation to costs and feasibility. You discuss this and together come to a technical elaboration and assignment. After this, you have a construction meeting at a building site with the client, architect and structural engineer. To ensure that the work proceeds according to plan, you will have to make important decisions.
The day has flown by and it is time to go home. You have already seen in your diary that tomorrow's working day on the building site will start with an internal project team meeting (for the site manager, planner and housing coach). Here, the planning and upcoming deliveries are discussed and the agreed quality level is determined together. You look back on today's working day with a satisfied feeling.
The project manager we are looking for brings with him or her the following: