Category Archives: Project Consulting
Remember that construction scheduling software is a tool and it has a purpose: to provide relevant and timely information about the status of a project, in order to drive decision-making in a dynamic format that can be shared and communicated … Continue reading
Effective project and business leaders challenge existing processes and question the status quo. They recognize the need to rethink assumptions and evaluate issues objectively. Preconceived notions and biases favoring existing thinking limit our critical thinking, and diminish our ability to … Continue reading
http://newyork.construction.com/opinions/2011/0725-AsStaffsShrinktheRoleOftheOwnersRepGrows.asp With the Poor economy forcing owners to make tough decisions about layoffs and budget cuts, one position they should not consider eliminating is the owner’s representative. That is because this job has become a vital tool in helping the … Continue reading
Communication is the cornerstone of good project management. Good things happen when project managers communicate!
BIM: WHO PICKS UP THE TAB? Michael Avramides, A. I . A. 1. 2011 Three colleagues walk into a bar: an Owner, a Contractor and an Architect. The Owner orders something quick and practical as time is of the essence. … Continue reading
There seems to be a critical change occurring in the construction industry supply chain. Owners, developers, contractors and government agencies are demanding a tighter integration of procurement, coordination, delivery and cost management activities. The industry is completely reinventing itself with … Continue reading
Over the past ten years, I have gained much insight into the construction consulting industry. I’ve learned that big, blue chip clients have become increasingly dissatisfied with the level of service being provided by large advisory firms. The major causes of that dissatisfaction … Continue reading