How to Have a Successful Construction Project From Inception to Completion Part 2
As experienced Dade County construction attorneys, we know that construction projects are complex undertakings and keeping any project running smoothly can be a challenge. However, it is not impossible to maintain a successful operation from start to finish. This two-part article is proof. In part one, we gave you two strategies for project success. In part two, we will discuss the last two: communication and technology.
What does your communication look like within your construction company between the architects, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and so forth? Do your communication methods address internal and external communication needs effectively? Effective and efficient communication leads to better employee engagement and client relations, as well as clearer expectations and greater productivity. Without effective communication, the timeliness (schedules) and accuracy (quality) of your projects can take a hit.
Introduce Game-Changing Technology
A disconnected jobsite can be costly to your project; technology allows for better connectivity so that everyone at your site will have immediate access to everything that is relevant to the project operations including important information such as drawings, requests for information (RFI), and more. Technology also plays a role in safety. As Dade County construction attorneys, we know how critical safety compliance is in the construction industry. If you have not already, it is time to update your jobsite with technology such as wearables, drones, and virtual reality.
For legal advice to ensure you have a fail-proof operation, consider consulting with one of the legal experts at Cotney Construction Law. Our Dade County construction attorneys are skilled in all aspects of construction law from contract negotiation and drafting to dispute resolution.
If you would like to speak with a Dade County construction attorney, please contact us today.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.