In or Out? When to Outsource Construction Management and Inspection
When it comes time to start your construction project, you’re always faced with the same question: do we manage and inspect the construction with in-house staff, or do we outsource it to a third party? Each option has its benefits and drawbacks. I would like to revisit a blog post I wrote last year that offers some thoughts about situations where using a third party for construction management can lead to the greatest rewards for you as a project owner/operator.
Don't Fear the Drones
If you bring up the topic of drones in random conversation, you’re likely to receive a variety of responses. Some will be excited at the possibilities. Some will express hesitancy until the rules have been cleared up. And some will issue stern warnings about a dystopian future where our every step is watched by machines in the sky.
Count me as a member of the excited group.
Building Relationships with Property Owners: 7 Tips for Success
Last year I provided Seven Tips for Building Relationships with Property Owners along Your Transmission Lines, which is a topic we deal with on a consistent basis. I’ve updated that original post based on some of the responses we received. While there’s no way to guarantee a positive outcome, these simple tips can help make a positive outcome more likely. Good luck!
Is Your Safety Plan Translating From the Page to the Field?
- Heath Mellotte
- Transportation & Public Works, Energy, Energy Transmission & Distribution, Energy Generation
Three construction workers were killed and another seriously injured late Monday morning when an exterior lift system tore from the side of an office building under construction in downtown Raleigh.
A witness, LeRoy Kelley, said workers were dismantling a "mast climber" on the 11-story Charter Square Building on Fayetteville Street when the elevator-like system collapsed, sending a mobile scaffolding platform to the ground.
Officials with the state’s Occupational Safety and Health Division took control of the Charter Square site, halting construction.
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