Why It is so Critical to Manage Formal and Ad-Hoc Email Communications on Capital Construction Projects?

Regardless of the extent of digital transformation that is being implemented and adopted on a capital construction project, individuals will continue to use emails as a means for formal and ad-hoc communications. Many times, the content of those email communications might have implications on the project’s cost, schedule, quality, and Read more…

Why Contractors Could Be Facing Unprecedent Threats When Project Owners Decide to Use Project Management Information Systems (PMIS) or Document Management Systems (DMS) to Enable Formal Communication Between Project’s Parties on Their Construction Projects

For construction projects that project owners have either adopted a Project Management Information System (PMIS) or even a Document Management System (DMS) to enable formal collaboration between the project different parties, contractors could be faced with unprecedented threats if they wrongly assume that they will have access to the captured Read more…

Why Joint Venture (JV) Contractors Must Use a PMIS When Managing Their Construction Projects Delivery? – Part 6: Performance Dashboards

In addition to the project’s performance and status reporting that will be required by the project owner on capital construction projects, the JV Contractor needs to create their own performance dashboards for the executive directors and leaders of the entities that are part of the joint venture contract. Those executives Read more…