ZERO Bad Projects
It isn't just a nice idea at Dyer – it's what you get when you have a team of skilled craftsmen dedicated to their work and your project.
At Dyer we've identified key strategies to achieving the goal of ZERO Bad Projects. These strategies are intended to promote integration between Construction Managers, General Contractors, Subcontractors, and Suppliers on each of our projects. Through integration, all key project indicators, such as productivity, safety, schedule, profitability and communication are enhanced.
Each project begins with a detailed schedule and budget that can be tracked throughout the duration of the project. Establishing an effective system of communication at the outset of the project lends itself to improved problem solving and innovation by the team.
Additionally, TJ Dyer conducts Quarterly Quality & Productivity Reviews. In this process, major projects are analyzed to determine quality and productivity being achieved on site, compared with the budget and plan, for each activity/budget item. Information gathered by the Project Team is presented to a review group, comprised of the company C.O.O., the president and C.E.O. of Grote Enterprise, the responsible estimators, and department leadership from Engineering, Preconstruction, Construction Planning and Safety. The sessions are intended to ensure that quality and productivity issues on our projects are made visible to the entire team, in time to identify and address the cause for the discrepancy.