When you have several construction projects going on at one time, it can be challenging to keep up with each one of them at all times. From the moment a client signs the contract to begin construction, there are so many facets of a project that the manager needs to stay on track with PMP certification. The owner of the construction company also needs to be kept up-to-date with what his project manager is achieving as well.
Often, a project manager will need to meet with the construction company owner as well as clients and investors. With project management software, reminders of those meetings will be sent by email. Punctuality is essential in business and missed meetings or late arrivals can leave the client feeling that their business isn’t important.
Since the beginning of the construction industry back in the eons of time, we have always kept manual records to track the progress and costs involved with construction jobs. The man hours this can take cab be tremendous and at great expense to the company.
Time is important, and you can note the day the client signed off and the day the project is to begin. The calendar allows you to keep a record of when the materials were ordered and the expected time of arrival on the site. Without the materials, there is not start to the project. It will also keep track of the progress on the job and whether your team are up-to-speed.