Construction Management

The importance of off-site construction

The importance of off-site construction

It’s been proven that prefabrication can lower accident rates, reduce construction time by 30%, and material costs by 20%. So why is it that offsite manufacture of building services elements is not being fully utilised by companies? In this article, we discuss the importance of prefabrication and the many benefits that it brings.[rml_read_more] Prefabrication enables you to add value to low-intrin... »

Expanding Universe of The Built Environment Project Management Workstream

Expanding Universe of The Built Environment Project Management Workstream

Problem Statement:Expanding Universe of The Built Environment Project Management Workstream  – Growing scope of the coordination role by professionally qualified Construction Project Managers     Further explanation as a problem statement is:   The Construction development industry has existed since the beginning of civilization and, like other industries, has evolved and grown over time. Hi... »

Accelerating late-stage construction: Mastering the sprint finish

Accelerating late-stage construction: Mastering the sprint finish

Major projects in late stages of construction face unique challenges that can drive substantial delays and cost blowouts. But it doesn’t have to be this way.[rml_read_more] Major construction projects are, on average, delivered one year behind schedule and 30 per cent over budget. On many large industrial projects, high levels of complexity create productivity bottlenecks that can slow work to a c... »

10 Phrases I dislike in construction

10 Phrases I dislike in construction

Paul Netscher, a Writer and construction management consultant with 30 years’ experience shares with us few phrases he dislikes hearing on a construction project. »