Rolling out multiple locations simultaneously is no easy feat. Compiling project teams, navigating budgets and schedules and managing the many details of one location can be daunting, let alone multiple locations.
When a construction project wraps up, it is imperative that the project management team leave the project strategically and methodically so that the institution is empowered to maintain the new facility in the best, most efficient way possible.
Director of Project Management and Processional Development, Natalie Malawey-Ednie, spoke on the Society for Marketing Processional Services (SMSP) panel. The topic of the sold out event was ‘The Shirt from Open Office Spaces.’
Embarking on a construction project is an exciting time for a business. It indicates growth, change and progress. Here are our tips to creating a realistic construction timeline, that will help keep the momentum of progress going for both your project and your company’s progress.