How do you keep up with all the necessities of contractual legalese, in-house counsel on the other side, rising costs, hard-nosed negotiation, timelines, scoping, keeping the customer happy, informing stakeholders, and all the other various hats that a construction management
What can a fictional, sinister, evil comic book character teach us about construction? It is simple: cost, price, and value.
ou simply do not have bandwidth to do all you need to do. Business owners, project leaders, procurement managers, etc. do not have the time to manage their projects/be on site/keep an eye on the bottom line/negotiate/quality assure/inspect as they would
THE PROBLEM: Your dreams are high-quality, top-notch, and on budget; but the construction process is often anything but that: stressful, disorganized, and 'do-the-minimum-required-amount-of-work.' You want control over the process but not to get bogged down in the details; you want the