The Basics of the Construction Process

The construction process involves many stages ranging from the initial agreement to the closing of the agreement when the structure has been fully assembled, the whole procedure requires to get past many stages starting with the Planning phase, which as the name suggests includes all the preliminary planning that will include the demands of the client to what to do’s and what not to do’s or if the client requires any special features in the building or a special structure, etc. After the planning process has been successfully implemented the next stage in the construction process will be the design phase, which is considered as the building block for any construction process and will usually require several meetings amongst the client and the chief engineer. After the designing process is finished the next and the most crucial process will be to implement on the outcome of both the planning and the designing processes which is the initialization of the construction process and is called the Production Phase. The central element of the Production phase is to launch the construction process practically.The principle hurdle faced by any construction company with regards to any novel project is to vigilantly comprehend all the requirements of the client. This is considered a tough task because of the fact that many clients are not perceptive about the basics of the construction process (Case Study, Contractor).It is very necessary for the chief engineer or the supervisor of the project to be well experienced and responsive to the clients’ needs because most of the time experience with other clients and superiors is what counts to understand what the engineer is being told to do. As the engineer gets more and more experienced, he will successfully be able to comprehend the exact requirements of any clients because at some point or the other the engineer has experienced identical situations, if not faced the situation himself at least the engineer has observed his superiors handle such situations.