Change Management Explained
I think it is important to determine what is meant by the phrase “Change Management”.
This can be summed up as follows:
During any construction project it is inevitable that something is either changed or added to. Within industry, these would be determined as a variation to the project/contract.
A change in regards to a construction project can be:
- Revised drawings
- Implication of materials
- Implication of site conditions
- Implication of the duration of a project/completion date
- RFI’s (Request for Further Information)
It doesn’t matter which of the above is the main reason for a change, a contractor must have in place a change management strategy/procedure to prevent this becoming a financial problem for them.
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