Experienced project developers know that managing risk on a major project involves initial planning, design, construction, and commissioning. These tasks call for different skill sets — making it tempting to think of them as separate — but they need to be coordinated to prevent the creation of troublesome gaps in areas of responsibility. In my latest article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, I examine where these gaps may occur — in planning for code compliance, assigning scopes of work, procuring construction materials and other areas — and I look at ways to manage the risk presented by such gaps. Read the full article here.
“Teamwork is needed during each stage of a project: supply, delivery, installation, testing” was originally published by the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce on September 6, 2018.