- What if you were a General Contractor?
- What if you radically changed your approach to construction quality?
- What if you had a quality system that applied universally to all of your jobs instead of individually to each project?
- What if you could improve the performance of the “C” and the “D” project teams so that they performed more like the “B” team?
- What if you had the ability to monitor and investigate ongoing work for any of your jobs from any computer anywhere in the world?
- What if you had a library images and supporting data covering every critical installation your crews built over the years?
- What if you provided your clients with daily progress reports complete with easy-to-use dashboards and images from the jobsite?
- What if you could identify defects from you sub contractors within 24 – 48 hours from the time they occurred?
- What if you could immediately share defect-related information with your subs so that they could complete repairs while their crews were still on site?
- What if you could manage all of your defects so that you had complete traceability from detection through repair and acceptance?
- What if you could easily assign responsibility for trade damage with photographic evidence?
- What if at the end of every project you could turn over a complete database to your clients that chronicled the complete construction history of their building?
- What if? Such a system were available?
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