"Why Most Projects Fail to Achieve Total Performance and What To Do About It"
Have you ever asked yourself "Why would a contractor, subcontractor, architect, developer, or owner need to review and follow Best Practices for Closing Out a construction Project?"
Well, the answer is simple – You will profit more as a result!
Getting a construction project to Substantial Performance and then to Total Performance are two of the most difficult milestones in the construction process to achieve. This process involves thousands of actions performed by hundred, if not thousands of individuals from all facets of the construction chain. Learn some Best Practices as well as some "tips & tricks" so that the last 3% of the project is not 15% of the effort.
and Tim Meana, Walsh Canada
Brad has experience in senior management roles on many large complex infrastructure assignments, including Manager Project Controls for the Eglinton Crosstown LRT projects.
Tim is a Senior Project Manager with Walsh Canada who led the team that recently achieved Substantial Completion at the Women’s College Hospital project, a $280M, 5.5 year project in downtown Toronto.