Federal Construction Management (FCM) is a successful Canberra based consultancy business with over 30 experience in the building and construction industry.
We specialise in assisting our clients including contractors, suppliers and consultants to better manage their construction businesses and achieve improved project outcomes through:
Partnering with FCM will provide you with the management strategies that are essential for success in construction.
The FCM team is skilled, experienced and committed to the future success of our building and construction clients.
Graham Coyle is the Director of FCM and has more than 30 years practical experience in the building and construction industry.
Graham assists his diverse range of construction industry clients in improving their business performance, meeting statutory obligations and managing business risk against the demanding and changing working environment.
He works with his clients to improve their project outcomes by helping them to establish and effectively implement practical management systems.
He provides support and guidance for clients in tendering for, winning and successfully completing major projects down to minor works and services.
Graham is accredited by the ACT Government to audit management systems including Quality, Work Health Safety and Environmental requirements.
Graham has Bachelor of Building (Honours) from the University of New South Wales. He is an accredited Quality and OHS Lead Auditor with RABQSA.
Leanne is a Senior Consultant and experienced tender writer with over 25 years experience in the property and construction industries. Leanne works with a diverse range of clients providing strategic assistance in relation to management and successful project outcomes. Leanne has specific skills in project management, contract performance management, strategic marketing and preparation of winning tenders and proposals.
Leanne has a Masters of Business Administration from the University of New England. She also has a Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of South Australia.