For capital projects of any size or scope, a general contractor’s (GC) or end user’s ultimate goals are usually two-fold: get the job done on time and on budget. Since time essentially is money, controlling costs throughout the duration of a project is key to accomplishing both goals.
Prior to undertaking any capital project, a general contractor (GC) or end user should have a firm pre-construction process in place—and they should rely on it without exception.
It’s hard to overstate the importance of safety in construction projects. When you’re evaluating electrical contractors for your next project, the contractor you choose must maintain an established and comprehensive safety program that ensures workers are properly trained in all elements of safe work practices.
If you’re a general contractor (GC), or the construction lead for a business, organization or institution, you’ve likely worked in the construction arena for years. You’ve seen it all, and you understand how important selecting the right contractors can be for any project in any market sector.
When you’re tasked with ensuring a successful outcome for your next industrial project, wouldn’t it be nice knowing that the electrical contracting firm you hire has the experience, know-how and reputation to deliver superior work on time and on budget?
Every construction project places tough demands on electrical contractors. Yet health care projects are a special breed, for the electrical systems that power health care facilities – from large hospitals to outpatient clinics, rehabilitation centers, physician offices and beyond – are highly complex and equally critical.