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What Is a Site Manager?

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A site manager is the person in charge of all operations on the site, working with contractors and subcontractors and ensuring the building agreement runs to schedule. A site manager controls all aspects of the site such as planning work, arranging delivery of materials and managing a range of subcontractors, and is finally responsible for ensuring a contract is delivered on time.
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A site manager is a person who is in charge of all on site operations, working with contractors and subcontractors and ensuring that details of the building contract are carried out according to schedule. A site manager controls all aspects of the site including planning work, arranging delivery of materials and managing a range of subcontractors. Site managers are employed mainly by building and construction companies, civil engineering firms and contractors.
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