Staying organized and on task is one of the most important aspects of construction, regardless of the size or scope of the project. So much time and money can be saved by making sure the project is managed efficiently and completed on time. Just one day of falling behind schedule can set off a domino effect of delays, each one costing dollars.
“If you can’t find time to do it right the first time,
how are you going to find time to do it over?”
I can still hear my father saying to me as I was growing up, “If you can’t find time to do it right the first time, how are you going to find time to do it over?” Those words ring so true in every part of construction. An unclear window specification that isn’t caught until the windows are installed can lead to thousands of dollars spent in labor, time and product costs, not to mention a possible disagreement with the client.
If you find yourself making costly errors in organizing the project, take the time you need to improve your skills. Educate yourself or a member of your team to manage the project beginning from planning and startup all the way through to final completion. The time or money spent learning how to be a good project manager will be returned on the very first project.
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