AW Projects partners with clients for specific projects providing access to specialist contractors long the property lifecycle.
Our client is a leading international contractor on prime major projects across Australasia, Western Europe and the US. The company had multiple sites with project led requirements in highly technical areas.
As part of a wider growth plan, Aylin White worked with the leadership on their resourcing strategy. The business required a robust platform to support their growth through project-led headcount spikes and a reliable partner to assist in understanding, measuring and managing their spend.
The Aylin White team worked with the company’s UK management to understand the major aims and develop a plan to add value. AW Projects implemented a solution which included talent sourcing and joint reviews of contractors, while our Account Manager onboarded a transparent, reliable and easily managed technology solution for the client to manage financials. AW Projects managed all Taxation, Compliance and Regulatory elements.
AW Projects implemented a solution which enabled the relevant line managers to monitor all projects in real time. Our Account Manager was dedicated to exclusively support all
freelance activity across projects. Moreover, the Account Manager worked strategically with management to pipeline candidates for specific projects building further competitive advantage through this partnership.
We have worked with Aylin White for nearly 10 years. We have formed a strong relationship, allowing the Aylin White team to build up a clear understanding of what our business needs both technically and in terms of company core values. We have been able to fill estimating, commercial, health and safety and a wide variety of production roles quickly and effectively managing our project pipeline.
If you would like to discuss AW Projects partnering with you on projects or are a contractor wishing to join AW Projects, please contact David Perdoni on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3056 1950.