Anyone who’s encountered a colossal to-do list knows that an unorganized approach doesn’t work very well. That is the reason why you clean your house systematically from one room to another. It’s why you plan itineraries in advance to take the most efficient route to evade traffic. And it’s why we tend to prioritize tasks related to each other, to minimize waiting and wasting resources such as time and money.
It’s all about workflows— and if you’ve never considered maximizing your construction workflows, you’re missing out on significant efficiencies that you can apply in managing construction. So much so that you might find your company getting behind your competitors in the industry and missing big opportunities along the way.
So the question now is, what separates a good construction workflow from an inefficient one? And why does it matter anyway? And ultimately, how do you fix common construction workflows? Let’s dive into all of this and more below.