Creating long punch lists after each phase of the build can be frustrating for any superintendent or construction manager. Created to point out work that hasn’t conformed to the specifications of the contract, these lists are often the final part of the feedback loop when it comes to quality control.
When completing a project in our industry, quality control has to be a top priority for the management team. If corners are cut, you risk falling short on your deliverables – Or worse.
As a contractor, you’re constantly on the lookout for opportunities to take your business to the next level. This often boils down to innovative new technologies that can help your employees work more efficiently, and in the process, saving valuable dollars for the organization.