Want to start finishing construction projects on time? So, you’ve just been given a new project to get started and manage. As the project manager, what goes through your head and how do you feel? Probably, like most of us, there’s a mild panic attack, butterflies in the stomach and trepidation. There’s also excitement and you want to get started. You are soon inundated with paperwork and meetings. The client is demanding that work starts as soon as possible, but, not before they’ve received all their required paperwork – permits, construction schedule, method statements, copies of insurances, qualifications of the construction team, and, the list seems to grow.
What we do in the next day and week could define the success of the project. So here are a few things you should consider before leaping into your next project. Sometimes it could even be worth delaying the start of the project a couple of days to allow time to properly plan the project. Mistakes made at the start of the projects could haunt you for the rest of the project.
Before starting the project:
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