in any trade, waiting increases costs and delays completion. The project manager coordinates the schedules of all trades involved with the furniture. Experienced personnel with industry-specific expertise will provide the proper solutions to the commonly encountered roadblocks. BCi’s proactive troubleshooting will assist you in working through obstacles and resolving any conflicts which may arise.
A job packet is created, containing information on the project, furniture manufacturers, delivery, installation and schedule. Accessible to everyone involved with the project, the project manager sees that the information is accurate, updated, and alerts the team to changes.
Throughout the furniture manufacturing process, the project manager monitors the schedules for delays or changes. When the furniture ships, packing lists are verified with the order, assuring the installation team that everything is on the way. The project manager also supervises the installation and troubleshoots any on-site problems that come up. Together with the client, they walk the space and if necessary, prepare a punch list of items needing resolution. The project manager is responsible for all outstanding punch list items, while preparing to close-out the job.