In recent months, businesses in a variety of industries have been battling something they hardly thought about before: the supply chain.
Particularly in the building and designing space, raw materials are extremely hard to procure, pushing back lead times and lengthening jobs to the dissatisfaction of both the client and the provider.
Architects and designers have found themselves in the deep end as they navigate a hefty backlog of projects while making daily calls to remedy their suffering supply chains. Overextended and falling behind, these professionals have found themselves in a bind.
In such a discombobulated market, building professionals would be wise to take the supply chain issues off their plates and focus on maximizing the resources they do have. By working with a dedicated Project Manager whose responsibility is to secure reasonable timelines, the builders and designers can focus on what they do best: building.
By adding a Project Manager to your team, your business may be able to lift its head above water and chip away at your project backlog.
To survive (and thrive) in this market, you need an ally who has experience working with various suppliers and creating solutions under strict deadlines.
If your business is feeling the pressure of a tight supply chain, leave a comment below, and let’s start a conversation about how to get you back on track.