If they don't have enough $ to get a second person on the project to help, what makes you think they will go off and hired a consultant. I think the pm will just have the super help him split the work in that case, as most supers are on salaries and know for the most part how to handle what you are talking about them doing. ( well at least we're I'm from pm dont do much other than bidding, and the super does most of the work you are mentioning.)KaraCoatsConslt said:Just joined and checking things out.
I've recently created my own little consulting company providing assistance to project management teams. I'm sure we all know what its like to have more than one project going on, a pile of RFIs, change orders, etc but not enough time in the day or money in the budget for a second person.
My attempt to help this recurring issue in our industry is to provide a support service that can bring some one (with 12 years experience) in to help your team get caught up or get a new project started off on the right foot.
What are your thoughts on this type of service?
Let us know how it works out for you.