Construction is a team sport. To succeed, projects need careful alignment in vision and execution across stakeholders throughout the stages of planning, designing, and constructing a building. For centuries, this has meant groups of individuals being physically present on the job site to discuss decision points. However, the pandemic has forced us to rethink that…
10 Tips for Re-Opening Your Construction Site
This year has brought so many new challenges for construction teams — from local lockdowns to health concerns to project delays and remote work. While many construction companies across the country have gone back to work, there are still a lot of jobsites that are fully or partially shut down.
Construction work is never easy, but it’s always important. Every project that is shut down means workers can’t get back to work and clients can’t start using their new space. That’s why it’s crucial for jobsites to be re-opened as quickly and safely as possible.
Here at OpenSpace, we’re committed to helping construction professionals succeed at doing their highest quality work and finishing projects on time and on budget. While the landscape is more difficult this year, it’s still possible to run a successful jobsite in 2020.