Business Owners or Managers-what do you dread most about your next facility construction project?
As a Business Owner or Manager, what is your biggest fear or dread when it comes to your next facility construction project? Have you had good experiences or bad experiences in the past?
Cashflow is always a risk with multiple projects. The biggest fear is the customer's expectations. They will always want to make changes along the way and will never want to pay much for them. A good project manager keeps the timeline, budget, and customer expectations in line so that margins are met and the customer stays satisfied. Most projects go well, but the most critical point is that first initial kickoff meeting.
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by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
I say America, as that is where I live, and I do not know how things are down around the world. However, I was driving through the city in which I work and noticing how many huge abandoned buildings there are, or buildings that just cannot sell due to that part of the city is not thriving...
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