Expectations are the life blood of all construction projects. Safety, Quality, Time, and Cost all have expectations attached to them. Long term relationships are built
When problems occur, and you are in the middle of a disagreement it is easy to let ego allow you to defend a bad position
As a builder, you are driven to move the project forward. Solve the problem, check it off the list, and move on to the next one.
A problem is a “thing” that didn’t turn out as planned. Since plans are created by people, ego usually creeps into the problem-solving process. Finding fault & cause are too
When you approach a situation on a project, your initial view of that situation is seen through the eyes of your past experiences. Whether you failed
Construction is hard, fast paced, and demanding. As a leader in construction you are constantly bombarded with the need to make a call now through meetings, calls,