Woodsome Management
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About the Company

Our Company

WHO WE ARE:

Established in 1995 by Tasio Cokis and the late Martin Copley AO, Woodsome Management Pty Ltd is a project management company that provides specialised project management services to select clients for innovative and creative land and building development projects. Woodsome is committed to delivering quality sustainable projects with strict cost and time control throughout all phases of project development. We provide a full range of project management services across all the functions of project management.

Woodsome has a core development team, a dedicated finance team and a range of support people.

Woodsome has introduced a strategic planning element into the conceptual and definition phases of a number of projects in order to maximise economic, environmental and socio-cultural outcomes. This ranges from ‘blue sky’ visioning and alternate development scenario mapping to long term ‘future proofing’. Across a diverse range of projects, Woodsome has successfully applied this approach for complex planning, logistical and development outcomes requiring the co-ordination and co-operation of multiple landowners, stakeholders, contractors and consultants and ultimately investment traction.

OUR APPROACH:

Woodsome’s approach to the delivery of property development projects, through all phases, incorporates our entire project team working within a ‘simultaneously interactive’ environment to provide solutions for the development of exemplary projects. These projects embody design excellence through the promotion of site-specific best practice thinking and implementation that is more concerned with place-making and physical realisation than with being proscriptive and formulaic.

Woodsome’s approach is founded on addressing and integrating the broad objectives listed below with its internal project team at the beginning of every phase of a project. This interaction creates a unity of purpose and fosters an environment that facilitates innovative, cost-effective and sustainable developments. These objectives include:

  1. Getting the strategic brief right:exploring solutions in advance of establishing the final programme in order to maximise ultimate development opportunities and, if possible, create a exponential value add component;
  2. Realisation of site potential:producing solutions that – as both a physical and economic model – reflect a sound and responsible balance between the potential for maximising site development and economic yield and the desire to create developments of the highest quality public amenity;
  3. Social amenity and sense of place:producing environments that will be socially, visually and environmentally enjoyable, stimulating and challenging, and capable of generating and sustaining interest for, and interaction with, the community;
  4. Quality:to create developments that make major contributions to the urban life, image and character to their regions through appropriately innovative and collaborative design of the highest quality attainable within budget;
  5. Environmental fit:producing solutions that respond to both planning constraints and opportunities inherent within each project site, while according with the general scale and density of similar developments in proximate neighbourhoods, and conveying appropriately innovative yet stable environmental outcomes relevant to the location;
  6. Technological response:creating solutions that provide the most advanced and proven service technology, communication and energy and water management, while at the same time anticipating future trends (as far as possible) in alternative building materials and systems; and
  7. Implementation – time and cost:creating solutions that can be defined accurately and costed to include the above objectives, thereby enabling the design, documentation and construction phases to be completed within agreed programme time-frames.

Woodsome begins each project by identifying its broad and specific objectives, key issues and target dates, and incorporating these elements into a tailored project brief. This project brief is then comprehensively integrated with a development programme, which in turn identifies ‘critical path’ items in relation to key target dates.

Sustainability is an integral element to understanding our projects, and determining the possible benefits / outcomes for both our clients and the end user.