How to Bridge the Gap Between Field and Office in Construction
How to Bridge the Gap Between Field and Office in Construction

How to Bridge the Gap Between Field and Office in Construction

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Teamwork between field and office in construction begins with excellent communication. The two parties must share confidential information in a timely fashion to get the best results. The flow of data between the office and job site is critical to a project, and any drawback in communication creates avoidable and unwanted stressors in managing construction.

When two teams are working under one project, errors are unavoidable to happen, and when they do, the blame is often passed around to different departments developing internal conflict. This unnecessary breakdown in communication can dramatically delay a project and hinders your business as a whole.

In our blog, we will discuss the detriments of disconnection between the office and the field. We will also provide actionable and practical tips to enhance communication between the office and the field, bridging coordination on the whole.

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