How AA Jedson Company Manages Challenges on Urban Projects
Best practices for working with small spaces & tight timelines
Urban space construction projects have different types of challenges, which propagate simply from the presence of construction itself and its proximity to homes and businesses. No one likes waking up to a neighbor hammering away early in the morning, or having a dinner ruined by loud concrete trucks delivering materials next door.
The experiences that the community may encounter, such as loud sounds, dust and smoke, all have stronger impacts on the project’s direction than what might affect a project in a rural or industrial setting, where neighbors might not be as close.
These factors increase the urgency on a construction project in an urban environment to get out of that negative impact moment, which can become costly or detrimental to the timely completion and success of the project. One solution to preventing, or at least mitigating, these situations is forming strong business relationships—the fundamental needle in the haystack of navigating these challenges. Comprehensive communication is the foundation to any great relationship, and effective follow-through is the infrastructure supporting that bond.
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