Why An Owners Representative Is Key To Your Success

In todays work environment Owners face an ever increasing list of competing challenges that they must manage with the limited resources available to them. Seeking best value An Owner may identify that they do not possess the necessary skill sets, or their resources would be better deployed undertaking competing objectives. Managing a construction project is […]

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Advice Worth Paying For

Why should I pay for advice? In response to the ever-changing work environment an Owner may develop objectives that require they undertake a construction project. In such an undertaking the Owner is ultimately responsible for managing a fragmented, and dynamic construction process consisting of numerous entities, including: Financial Institutions; Planning and Design Consultants; Municipal, Provincial and […]

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Turning Failure into Success

Why do we instinctively avoid taking responsibility for failure, rather than reflecting upon our actions in an objective manner? It is all to commonplace within the Construction Industry to avoid taking responsibility for our actions. Conversely, success is openly acknowledged by all, even by those who may not have been directly associated with it. How often do we […]

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How to avoid the pitfalls in delivering a successful project?

A frequent question I am asked by clients is what are the key factors that contribute to a successful project? Analysis of successful projects reveals that they share a number of factors in common, including: Clear Project Vision and Objectives. Strong Project Sponsorship and Governance. Active Stakeholder Involvement. Clear Definition of Roles and Responsibilities. Qualified […]

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Innisfil Library’s New Lakeshore Branch

“Successful project reflects collaboration between general contractor, owner, architect, project manager and trades/suppliers…” Click Images To View The PDF File [1of2][/1of2] [1of2_last][/1of2_last]   If you would like to learn more about our services and expertise contact Andy Gordon at www.gggi.ca

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