Preparedness for projects is key
August 10, 2012
At the start of any building endeavor, even before breaking ground, clients need to know that a company is capable of completing buildings on time and on budget. Having comprehensive proposals at the ready is key to the bidding and decision-making process, and investors will look at everything first before going ahead with even the smallest of builds.
That's been the case with remodeling projects as well as full-out builds. The Cresco Times reported that a hospital in Iowa has been meeting with representatives from local building companies for some time to plan its overhaul of its current facilities. Accounting for construction has been a big part of the consideration process, the source reported. The hospital's interim CEO said that the board of trustees is not willing to move to the bidding process without knowing a reasonable projection of the time and funding the project is likely to incur.
Money is a major factor for most clients these days, as many people and corporations are still struggling to recover from the recession. Displaying the capability of construction management software and a builder's ability to implement it properly can reassure investors that their project is in good hands.