Communication & Scheduling

Your Production Supervisor


Your Production Supervisor will communicate with you and your Project Manager regarding job progress and keep you informed of scheduling and scheduling changes.

One of our Production Supervisors will be assigned to manage the construction of your project. They will order materials and schedule deliveries. They will obtain any necessary permits and schedule any required inspections. They will assign and schedule work crews and subcontractors and other day-to-day activities. They will also communicate with you and your Project Manager regarding job progress and to facilitate the details of any changes to the scope of work.

Communication will be most efficient if you designate one person to correspond with your Production Supervisor and Project Manager. To keep your project running smoothly, most communications should be directed to your Production Supervisor or Project Manager and not a worker or subcontractor.

You will be contacted by your Production Supervisor prior to the start of demolition and construction. Depending on the scope of work, he may schedule a pre-construction conference at your home to verify measurements and other details, such as daily starting and ending times, parking and on-site storage, status of selections, the order of work to be done, etc. In most cases, you will need to be present at this meeting.

The size and scope of your project will determine the construction timeframe. Although there may be unavoidable delays related to unforeseen structural deficiencies, water or other damage, change orders, weather, material availability or special order items, your Production Supervisor will schedule your project to be completed as quickly and efficiently as possible and keep you informed of scheduling and scheduling changes. If you have any questions, you can
reach your Production Supervisor and your Project Manager
by cell phone or email.