When you are thinking to complete the construction project, you may be looking for hiring a project manager. A project manager takes care of the entire construction project from start to completion. They help us to ensure all of the materials are ordered and have arrived on time reducing the delays. They can hire subcontractors that are needed to complete jobs, such as plumbers and electricians. And they ensure that the proper permits are taken care of and construction approval is completed to keep your project on track.
One of the advantages of working with experienced project managers is that they already have a list of vendors they have worked with in the past. They know which type of electricians can get the job done in a time and who can deliver the goods you need for your project on time. They also know which plumbers did a good job and which suppliers are delivering the supplies on time.
Another benefit of working with an experienced project manager is, that they know how to get the work done in regards to getting the permits and inspections. They know how many days they need to request a permit or an inspection as they have past experience. And will schedule the inspection weeks out, even before the work is completed to ensure the work can be signed off on so the project can proceed within the given time period. An inexperienced manager may not know where the inspection and permitting process and this may end up in delays, which results in shutting down the entire project until you get what you need. The result can cost you money and even put your project behind schedule. An experienced project manager knows how and when to obtain the permits and inspections you need.
The benefit of hiring an experienced project manager is that they have had a lot of experience working on different construction projects. They know how things flow and have an idea of the timeline for completing the specific work. This helps to determine what supplies to bring in and when. An inexperienced manager might not know how things flow. They may fail to bring in an electrician until it is clear they need one, resulting in leaving the project delayed. Or they may bring the plumber in too soon, having a professional just sitting around getting paid, without any work to do due to improper planning. For the smooth flow of the project, timely delivery of the project, and helps you stick to the budget, always hire an experienced project manager.
Looking to hire a project manager for your construction project? Contact us today! We provide design, administrative, project management, project supervision, and even technical expertise for a wide array of construction projects. We have construction managers, engineers, and general contractors on staff, everyone with good expertise helping in completing your project. Call the DCJ development for a free estimation of your project and schedule an appointment.