Whether you’re planning to expand your business’s current space or build a facility from the ground up, a commercial construction project is a good sign for your business. Commercial construction projects yield growth, which means your business is in a good position for the future. However, growth brings with it growing pains. Though it can be great in the long run for your business, a commercial construction project can bring some considerable headaches in the short term. Concerns about your budget, your schedule and potential disruptions to your current operations all can make a construction project difficult to manage. Judging by the fact that commercial construction spending continues to increase throughout the United States, this is a situation most businesses find themselves in at one time or another. For more info about surviving a commercial construction project, view the checklist below.
Andrew Pempek is Vice President of Pempek. For 60 years, Pempek. has been a leading Chicago commercial electrical contracting company — specializing in industrial electrical power, maintenance services, control services and more.