The focus on a potential widespread recession has intensified over the first part of 2023 and the construction industry, among others, is preparing for the impact of a severe economic downturn. While current project backlogs appear stable, contractors are preparing for a potential dearth of business by keeping costs to a minimum. Among the methodologies being used to keep construction costs in line are:
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Staying ahead of schedule is every contractor’s dream, but it doesn’t have to be an unachievable one. With so many moving parts in a project, it can be exceedingly difficult to stay atop each development in a project. It’s necessary. In fields such as construction and engineering, one misstep is unacceptable. The best contractors understand this and leverage every opportunity they must maintain visibility and contact with their team. How? The answer is deceptively simple: managed services.
Managed services – both for printing and IT infrastructure – represent one of the best-kept secrets for contractors. Whether on construction job sites, in engineering consulting, or project management for architectural firms, contractors leverage managed services to keep pace with their projects and stay ahead of schedule.
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