This observation from business thought leader, Peter Drucker* resonates with SUPERSTRUCTURES’ long-standing approach to restoration.
Various practitioners offer building envelope restoration strategies (e.g., rebuild the parapet wall, replace flashing above lintels, reinforce corner steel columns). But execution is a different story. Along with proper strategy, our execution process involves: 1) communication to contractors via construction documents that reflect the “five Cs” (clear, correct, concise, complete, and consistent), and 2) expert construction administration to ensure that contractors follow the documents faithfully.
Professional execution of restoration strategies helps ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget, with minimal—if any—change orders. For us, the art of execution is a prime reason why so many major clients come to us for their restoration projects, again and again.
*Called “the founder of modern management,” Peter Ferdinand Drucker (1909 –2005) was an Austrian-American management consultant, educator, and author, whose writings contributed to the philosophical and practical foundations of the contemporary business corporation.
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