5 Steps to Better Project Communication
December 4, 2019
Construction Business Owner, Sept 2019
There’s a common quip in the construction industry: A badly planned project will take three times longer than expected, while a well-planned project takes only twice as long as expected.
Though many expectations of construction projects are based on this concept, there are proactive steps that contractors can take to reduce the litigation risks that arise and create such delays during the construction process.
Often, construction managers take an informal approach to potential conflicts, avoiding communicating about problems in the hope they will be resolved or minimized before deadlines are affected. But, developing a stronger company culture through project planning puts the framework in place to address disruptions and defects immediately so that they can be remedied timely and effectively.