Frequently construction projects end over budget, are finished late, are of poor quality, cause injury or death to workers and even to those using the project after it's complete, contractors loose money on the project, or the project ends in protracted and expensive legal battles.
How can we improve construction project outcomes for all parties - client or owner, contractor, subcontractors, and suppliers?
Is it possible to have a project win-win for all parties?
How can we improve the success of our construction projects?
It is possible to improve the success of construction projects with better collaboration.
How to improve collaboration on construction projects
Some say that collaboration can be improved by using technology. How will this happen?
Can new forms of contract improve collaboration?
Who is responsible for improving collaboration on construction projects?
Join me with this presentation I gave as a CPD webinar as I share my thoughts and experience on how we can improve collaboration in the construction industry.
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