The Evolving Role of the Project Manager
An expert project manager no longer simply focuses on tactics. Today’s project manager must be strategic with the ability to manage issues at a high level, deal with advanced technology, and provide innovative solutions. The decisions of the project manager will impact overall cost, scheduling, quality, labor, and profitability.
The role has evolved and is now much more proactive. The project manager must have the ability to predict unforeseen issues that may impact production, be involved earlier in the project design phase, manage interactions between systems, understand new techniques, and collaborate and communicate with various teams.
Project Managed for Success
The role of the project manager is critical to preventing cost overruns, design errors, material waste, and schedule delays which all contribute to financial risk. An industrial contractor with experienced project managers working closely with you on your project can offer increased resources, services, and the expertise that comes from working in a variety of industries. With special skill sets and capabilities, they can manage the most demanding projects and complex facilities.
An industrial contractor managing the project can also prevent delays by coordinating the work of multiple subcontractors. By involving subcontractors and material suppliers earlier in the process and streamlining interactions, they build collaborative teams and effective project schedules to address solutions before problems occur. This can mean the difference between success and failure.
Take Advantage of Project Experience
Advanced manufacturing depends on improved responsiveness, flexibility, and infrastructure quality as well as resource efficiency resulting in reduced costs. Take advantage of the expertise and innovation your industrial facilities contractor can provide for improved project management and reduced project costs.
Missouri, Arkansas, and Kansas manufacturers contact Storee for experienced project management of industrial construction projects including new building construction, modifications to existing manufacturing facilities, production and conveyor equipment installations, and custom metal fabrication for industrial specific applications. Contact Storee at 888-736-2032 to discuss your project with a Storee project manager.