Most construction projects will utilize construction consulting services at some phase in the project. Such services usually fill valuable roles, including assessment of steel used in the mesh of the building. They also fill valuable short term positions as well, and these vacancies are often unanticipated. There are benefits to hiring these consultants, as they almost always help to expedite a project.
Sometimes, turnaround services are the only kinds of crews available to do a job. Refineries frequently plan years in advance to handle a conversion or upgrade. Often, these planned events are out of necessity. Components need to be changed on a regular basis to ensure the plant functions properly. Upkeep costs are a constant challenge.
Crews who are trained to handle this specialized equipment may work faster or be the only ones in a state certified to do the kind of work required.
Interim short term management services often fill a vacancy that arises from an illness, or other sudden departure. If a project manager didn’t show up to work at a construction site, that could cause serious problems, including delays. Those delays pile the costs on. If this happens to much, or for a significant period of time, short term management will often fill the missing role and carry on the work.
Trial should always be the last option when settling a construction dispute. That’s why private mediation is so compelling. It avoids the costs of trials, and typically leads to a speedier resolution than trial.
Learn more about private mediation, and settle construction disputes faster with advice from Lyle Charles Consulting.