Design thrives on creativity. But in Interior Design, clients desire more than artistic talent. Designers must also know how to navigate the business side to set themselves apart. We believe that “Construction of any sort is in desperate need of project management”. As a creative profession, we’re fertile with wonderful ideas, but if we can’t execute and coordinate them, the project won’t work. Project management is essential for Interior Design because the complicated fabrication process requires constant communication and accountability. “You can’t always count on meeting and producing the project face-to-face; you need communication systems and document management that transcends locale, and when you’re conceiving things that haven’t been done before, there needs to be record-keeping and accountability.
We always make sure that the project is running smoothly at all times. Our project managers are always active on phones and on emails so that they do not miss any kind of communication from the client’s end. We understand that in an interior design project, it’s a daily, even hourly conversation with the client and consultants and a project manager is there from the kick-off to project close.
Effective project management means that clients can get on with their day-to-day lives with the peace of mind that Inesh Enterprises is driving progress. Each project is undertaken with clear goals, deadlines and the same meticulous attention to detail is paid to managing budgets as creating striking polished results.
Project Management takes a variety of skills and talents that include the following characteristics:
- Effective communicator both verbally and in writing
- People manager
- Good negotiator
- Very organized
- Strong technical knowledge of interior design
- Good decision maker
- Personal professionalism
- Sense of humor
- Psychologist – shoulder to cry on, tissue holder and wine drinker. (I prefer white!)