A Solution for Faster Project Closeout
- Jason Irving
- Transportation & Public Works, Land Development, Energy
You're pushing for project completion, but that long punch list just isn’t getting done fast enough. Sound familiar? Drawn-out project closeout costs you time and money. Often, this is caused by reassignment of contractor resources to their next project or difficulties scheduling with subcontractors. Expedited project closeout can be achieved by tracking and communicating project deficiencies in real time using an open issues log.
Mired in Substitution Requests
- Rob Palena
- Energy, Energy Transmission & Distribution, Energy Generation
Substitution requests can occur for multiple reasons on a project, often adding workload at a time when the project team is already stretched thin. While some requests ultimately benefit the project, others can lead to delays, extra costs, and even approval of inferior products to avoid delaying the project.
Site Furnishings: A Few Things to Consider
- Bryan Cole
- Energy, Urban Parks & Recreation
We’ve all been there before: you select that perfect bench, bollard, or bike rack for your park or public space only to find out that within a week the furnishing was vandalized or even stolen. Site furnishing take the most abuse compared to any other park element, so before you select that perfect furnishing here are a few things to consider.
Communicate Better with Construction Software
- Jacob Howlett
- Energy, Energy Transmission & Distribution
Good communication is often a topic of discussion when it comes to safety and/or quality, as poor or insufficient communication can lead to serious problems. When performing a root cause analysis for a safety incident or non-conformance item discovered during a quality inspection, it’s not unusual to discover poor communication as a root cause or contributing factor.
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