Anatomy of a Close Out
Often, we pay more attention to the flash and excitement of a project’s golden-shoveled groundbreaking, or the long anticipated ribbon cutting when the client assumes occupancy of a space. But, it is the mindful close out process that truly brings the hard work of a project to its fruition. If you’re not familiar with the Close Out Process in general, the American Institute of Architects presents a great overview here.
In this article, we will examine the body of this process and show you the keys needed to ensure a successful close out.
New England Construction's 30 years of experience allows us to break down what the essential components of a Close Out are from a big picture perspective and also helps us develop tools to ensure true success on every project, regardless of its type or scope. Let's look at the three driving points of a successful Close Out.
- Attention to detail
- Keeping your eyes on the clock
- Transparent and multidirectional communication
Attention to Detail
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