There is no need to have a formal project manager on low-risk, straightforward projects. If you want one person to carry out certain roles then all you need to do is delegate the employer’s actions you want them to perform in accordance with ECSC clause 14.4. You cannot delegate all of the actions as there are some that only the employer can do, such as making payment to the contractor. Just write to the contractor ideally before works starts and say something like, ‘We delegate the employer’s actions under clauses [numbers] to [name]’.

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