Scheduling in Crisis Mode

Every contractor will hit bumps in the road where they get into a scheduling crisis. Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong. One job, do to no fault of your own, delayed when you were in the middle of the project and now it is starting back up again…. It’s been raining for three weeks and now the sun is shining and all your jobs are ready to go….One of your best foremen has a personal issue and can’t make it to work right now….. The trade ahead of you on a project went much faster than expected and the customer wants to move your work up in the schedule….we’ve all been there. What you do now is crucial:

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