Who should take this course?
If you work on a construction site, or even in the office for a construction project, communication is at the top of the list when we talk about what makes a successful project. The hard part is, lots of companies think they do a good job communication. But the reality is that nearly any crew can do a better job at it.
This course will open your eyes to the variety of ways we communication on a project. We dive into two areas in particular: daily reports and schedules. If we can get these two things right, it creates a firm foundation for working with the Prime or other trades and it also shows us how to keep a solid handle on our very own operations.
We go through exactly what makes daily reports and schedule so valuable and what we need to do in order to make sure they maintain their value on the project.
And lastly, we talk through lots of best practices and lessons learned. Luckily, it's all been done before. And we're finding new ways every day to make it easier to communicate on our projects.
Enough of the chit-chat - let's get learning!
After spending 10 years with one of the largest General Contractors in the world, Patrick decided it was time to share his lessons learned, knowledge gained and expertise he developed while working with contractors of all sizes; cost to coast, Canada to Texas.
In those 10 years, Patrick developed a passion for training and developing small businesses and helping young managers grow in their construction career.
StartJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 01Intro (2:34)
StartJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 02Overview (4:13)
StartJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 03WaysWeCommunicate (11:11)
PreviewJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 04ConsistencyAccessibility (19:26)
StartJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 05LessonsLearned (15:02)
StartJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 06Checklist (10:50)
StartJob Site Communication | Daily Report & Schedules 07Resources (7:24)