St. Louis Commercial Journal: Colleen Ruiz on Proactive Construction Progress


Proactive Progress

Never underestimate the unexpected twists and turns construction and development may take.

Even projects that seem small or simple can encounter unexpected delays and increased costs. Perhaps a utility company is planning improvements in the neighborhood that you are unaware of, the highway department is planning to build a street through your property or the neighbors don't like your project - just to name a few things that can disrupt progress on a development.

Creating a team upfront that includes all of the people and entities that may be involved in the project offers a way to limit challenges to your project, and can help in finding quicker and more creative solutions when challenges do occur. Read more ...