There are three business activities every construction contractor must perform.
1. Acquiring Work
2. Building that Work
3. Tracking it All
Doing these with accuracy and speed assures a certain future.
Clients, Service Providers, Subcontractors, Material Suppliers and others affect the quality of these three critical functions. Each of these project partners must be communicated if the three functions are to be done well thus, provide a competitive advantage.
Acquiring work means building work. That is where the real risk starts. This is no place for fumbled information or unclear processes. Tracking it all doesn’t come easy. Speed in these processes is a competitive advantage. People have to be helped when trying to gain speed. Hardwiring these critical pieces only helps with tracking. Leaving this to chance can endanger the financial health and reputation of a contractor.
Said differently, integration is the coordination of these moving parts. Good integration management is guiding all of these functions and partners to a profitable conclusion.
Our integration presentation explains:
• Integration and its purpose
• Why integration is critical to the future to a construction company
• The process of integration
• Integration traps
• What integration cannot deliver