This is a recorded webinar from January 12, 2023.
Project site constraints can impact the constructability of a job in many ways. Several factors including staging area restrictions, concrete haul time, and working hour restrictions vary based on urban versus rural locations. Other considerations include soil characteristics, local system preferences, available qualified labor, weather conditions, and more.
Table of Contents
1. Identify variables on project sites that can impact the constructability and construction timing at that job location.
2. Discuss how existing various soil characteristics and subsurface conditions previously unknown can impact the foundation design and installation.
3. Evaluate the site logistics and necessary requirements to mitigate time and cost impacts to your projects.
4. Review the impacts of local resources such as labor, building materials, and qualified subcontractors that can impact the progress of your project.
5. Discuss project specifications and finish requirements and how to manage those expectations.
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