When I first started working with construction companies, a long time VP of Ops told me his personal adage … he who documents, wins.
Whether its project schedule documentation, change orders, delivery receipts, submittals and transmittals – managing documents is a large part of the battle my construction clients have faced. Another part is managing the finances – keeping the project on budget, capturing lost change order revenue and getting simple things like labor reports in on time.
Sometimes uncovering all of the obstacles isn’t easy. When we work with your team to find a solution that matches your needs, our discovery process focuses on your operations playbook. We look at the dozens of various “plays” your team executes daily in delivering your projects. Resources and constraints are evaluated to help us mutually determine how best to build out your solution. Clients tell me the experience is carthartic and enlightening. They welcome the time to analyze their business and vet it against industry best practices as well.
In helping solve these challenges clients have gained confidence in their numbers, in their ability to answer inquiries, and be proactive in their project management. They know I can talk to them in their language, fit around their schedule, and bridge the chasm between technology and business ops. They want me to deliver results that are tailored to their needs and make sure I’m there to support them all along the way.
If you’re running operations and want to experience the difference a partner who works with, not just for you makes, let us design and implement your solution. We can make it all happen.
If you’re looking to solve your operational challenges, then you’ll want to learn more about how we’ve helped others:
· Manage project documentation
· Manage sub-contractors (contracts, project progress)
· Eliminate redundant (and costly) data entry
· Create accurate project completion estimates
· Analyze the progress and development of their project portfolio
· Manage materials more efficiently
· Integrate service and construction operations into one integrated system