It’s hard to know at the beginning of a project whether or not it will be
successful. Construction is one of the largest industries in the world
economy with an estimated $10 trillion spent in the sector every year. While
construction has rapidly evolved from a local to a global industry, its
practices have not. The industry is projected to grow at 4.2 percent annually
between 2018 and 2023.
Looking back, over a decade, the best practices for one project won’t be
very much helpful for a different project. Among all economies, the
construction industry is the largest and the most important sector that
employs over 7% of the workforce.
NYCShanty defines best practices as a process or method that, when
executed effectively, leads to enhanced project performance. The most
valuable best practices are those that prevent or resolve disputes as early as
possible at the project level and under the control of those directly involved.
Our company’s best practices have had beneficial results in terms of safety,
cost, and schedule. Saves time and reduces risks.
- Clear focus on what the Project is in full detail
- Communicate Regularly
- Stay On Top of Trends
- Design effectiveness
- Materials management
- Team building
- Time is of the essence
Construction Project Management Document Control
Plans can go awry because of a variety of issues that can and can’t be
controlled. Managing construction projects can be difficult. While there are
many bizarre things that can easily throw a job off track, it’s your job to put it
back on track. You know how to set a project up for success! It’s the job of
the company to try and ensure that everything stays on course. And these
best practices can help in managing construction projects to completion.
The term “best practices” itself connotes an evolving process of continuous
#SafetyOnPurpose is important to us and in itself but also because it affects
other areas such as project performance, workforce development and