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What Should Be Avoided During the Pre-Construction Process

What Should Be Avoided During the Pre-Construction Process

Here are risks to avoid during the pre-construction process.

When it comes to construction projects, the most important part of the process actually happens before construction begins. We’re talking about the pre-construction process, when plans are created and refined to ensure that construction projects run smoothly. When you plan out a construction project ahead of time, you’re less likely to encounter problems down the road. With that said, there are ways to put your project at risk, which can ultimately impact any project you try to complete. Here are risks to avoid during the pre-construction process.


There are many reasons that a construction project can get delayed. You might not have enough materials. You might experience labor disputes. The weather conditions might not be favorable. You don’t want these factors delaying your construction project, given that the cost of the project can increase. In extreme scenarios, your project may even need to be canceled. That’s why part of your pre-construction process should include knowing how to deal with delays to help keep the project going as planned.

Change Orders

Change orders are requests you make in order to adjust details on a construction project. These adjustments can impact how much time and money it takes to complete your project. These change orders should be addressed as swiftly as you can because it helps to reduce costs and delays. When addressing these change orders, you also want to keep every stakeholder on the same page. Failing to communicate with all relevant parties can cause problems for your project down the road.

Failing to Perform Inspections

Inspections need to be done throughout a construction project to ensure that all relevant safety standards are being met. When inspections aren’t completed, your project can get delayed, and you might even need to spend money redesigning parts of the project. As long as you stay on top of inspections, though, your project should be able to run smoothly.

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