How Gaps in Contractor-Owner Communication Are Impacting Multi-Site Projects

March 23, 2020
Stephen Kuhn and Donna Laquidara-Carr - Construction Executive

For any construction project to succeed, it’s imperative that all project or program stakeholders establish consistent and clear communication process early in the project. In no industry is this practice more important than multi-site construction.

An often-overlooked segment of the construction industry, multi-site projects represent a significant volume of work nationally. Multi-site involves similar work on dozens, hundreds or even thousands of sites across a wide geography. The scope of the work could be remodeling retail stores across the country, rebranding multiple locations due to an acquisition, or managing ground-up new to industry locations.

Reprinted courtesy of Stephen Kuhn and Donna Laquidara-Carr, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.


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