Paul PerssonMorning Paul,Reading your ten items that you hate in Construction,it was like-that's the norm in South Africa,very un professional,not all,but...Morning Paul,Reading your ten items that you hate in Construction,it was like-that's the norm in South Africa,very un professional,not all,but most,they get very irritated by the contractor,who want's his claim approved for the extra work the eng/site agent asked for and approved his submitted price,before the work started,so he can invoice.Show moreTuesday, 11 December 2018 12:25
Pheladi RibaHi Paul, I agree with your 10 dislikes, just have a question regarding the 7th point: "Contractors who price projects despite not have the right...Hi Paul, I agree with your 10 dislikes, just have a question regarding the 7th point: "Contractors who price projects despite not have the right resources or knowledge"_ It is a bit challenging to entirely agree with that comment, I mean how else should the company acquire skills in the relevant field if they are always deprived the opportunity to prove themselves? I agree that contractors should play it safe when tendering for projects their unfamiliar with and should maybe get in an experienced hand or two to assist, but we shouldn't necessarily see it as all "irresponsible and possibly even dishonest"...*This is just my little experience throwing in comments*Show moreTuesday, 11 December 2018 15:48
Ntobeko Sosibo 11. Additional Scope of Works after agreement.Tuesday, 11 December 2018 19:42
With more than 28 years of construction experience, Paul Netscher has worked in senior management roles with construction companies in Australia and South Africa. He has written three books for construction professionals; ‘Successful Construction Project Management: The Practical Guide’ and ‘Building a Successful Construction Company: The Practical Guide’ and his latest book ‘Construction Claims: A Short Guide for Contractors’. These practical easy-to-read books are filled with examples and lessons that Paul encountered in his career and are available from Amazon and other online stores. Visit www.pn-projectmanagement.com to read more useful articles by Paul.