It’s that time of the year again. All too soon we have reached the end of another year. Many contractors close down over the holidays and staff will be eagerly anticipating their own holidays. Time to spend with their families. Time to get away from work. Hopefully time to rest, relax and recuperate after a year of hard work.
As the holidays approach project managers and the rest of the team start focusing on their own holidays. This includes arrangements for their vacations including booking accommodation and flights and preparing for the festivities.
But is your construction project site ready for the holidays?
What you need to do
Usually preparing the construction project for the holidays should start several weeks before the start of the holidays. These preparations could comprise ensuring:
Adequate preparation should mean you can return to the project after the holidays without having to face a crisis immediately on your return.
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