If the endless list of construction disputes on record proves anything, it proves that not all construction projects are created equal. Smaller projects by nature have smaller-scale and more manageable conflicts and disputes. A smaller number of contractors and other actors translates to a smaller number of possible problems and disputes, and the disputes that do occur can typically be traced easily to their source and resolved, often on-site.
In large construction projects, however, the number of moving parts rising exponentially. Sub-contractors hire sub-contractors themselves, and materials often arrive from several different suppliers to manage the volume needed. The end result is often an incredibly complicated system of orbiting workers, vendors, and managers, and tracing construction disputes can be impossible unless you have a qualified expert performing Large Construction Project Management.
Large Construction Project Management
Large Construction Project Management involves hiring an experienced professional to organize, manage, and ensure timely completion of large-scale construction projects. Putting such a manager into place can not only keep a project on-schedule and on-budget, it can also speed up the resolution of construction disputes by providing on-site supervision and access to immediate mediation conducted by a management team that understands not only construction techniques and materials but also the applicable laws in the state of Alabama. This kind of on-site resolution can speed up progress on a project significantly, saving time and money and avoiding problems in the future.