The ChallengeThroughout the history of the built environment, the Owner of every project has ultimately been faced with the most basic of questions
Who will build my project?
How will my project be managed?
Who will represent my interests?
Today, an ever-evolving and changing economy, specialization, downsizing, and outsourcing have resulted in the reduction and even the elimination of many former in-house project management and craft capabilities. Advances in technology, rigors of environmental compliance, costs associated with maintaining a staff coupled with the fact that project management and construction may not be part of an organization’s core business-all underscore the logic of retaining an entity that specializes in the enterprise of skillfully managing projects.
The explosion of internet-based technologies and applications has revolutionized how the built environment is conceptualized, designed, constructed and operated. The very success of a project, therefore, depends on the Integrity, Technical Competence, and Experience of the Construction Professional.