3 Tips for Avoiding Commercial Construction Delays

Commercial construction in South Florida is on the move, and time is of the essence. When you’re planning out your next construction project, staying on-time and on-budget should be at the top of your priority list.

As with any project, however, unforeseen obstacles can pop up when you least expect them. So what’s the trick to avoid project delay headaches and setbacks? Partner with an expert construction team and keep these tips in mind:

  • Set realistic permitting expectations– Commercial construction in South Florida brings with it its own set of permitting challenges because each city and municipality has its own building and permitting requirements. And if you don’t get the proper permit, you’ll experience more than just a setback to your timeline. Citations can be costly, too. Allow adequate timing to apply for and receive your permit in order to get your project off to a solid start.
  • Map out your project – At the outset of any project, it’s imperative to clearly define your goals and communicate frequently with your contracting team. Once the goals are defined, building out a realistic timeline will help set expectations for all parties involved. Deadlines and accountability are the name of the game in the fast-paced world of commercial construction.
  • Understand your required resources– You know your goals and you’ve mapped out your timeline, but have you fully accounted for all of the required resources that will be built into your budget. Planning ahead and understanding labor and material costs upfront will help prevent any setbacks to your timeline as you won’t be faced with surprises along the way.

With a little planning and the help of an expert team, your next project will go off without a hitch. Give us a call today at 786-433-8740 to schedule a consultation. We pride ourselves on delivering on-time builds within your budget.

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