Every construction project consists of many smaller projects and tasks. These tasks follow one another and, if successful, lead to a complete structure at the end. Failure to complete one task on time will lead to delay in the entire construction project. Therefore, a construction manager should always have a clear schedule defining all the stages involved in order to manage the time well. However, no matter how well prepared you are initially, some delays are inevitable and here is how you can handle them.
Have a Plan
As the saying goes: ‘’Failing to plan is planning to fail.’’ The construction team contractor, client, and supervisor of the job should always write down a strategic goal for the whole project. Note both the long term and short term goals and always strive to hit them on time. Having goals motivates your team to work towards definitive achievements.
Hire More Workers
Sometimes the construction project may be delayed if the workload requires more labor than the number of employees. Recruiting more workers will solve such problems. The more workers, the less the time they’ll take to finish a given task. Again, workers should always be motivated and supervised to deliver optimal …