[co-author: Adam Rouse]
America is the wealthiest country in the world, yet it ranks 13th in overall quality of its infrastructure, according to the United States Government.1 If current proposed measures are passed, considerable funds will pay for updates to our highways, bridges, airports, schools, transit systems, drinking water and more. While this is exciting news, we need to prepare for an influx of funds and spend funds wisely to stretch each dollar.
In addition to the aging infrastructure, most organizations are challenged with aging workforce and are experiencing personnel shortages to fill vacant positions. So, if organizations are struggling to keep up with the current day-to-day workloads, how will organizations handle an influx of projects and funding? While resources are scarce, the public (and government) still demands fiscally responsible spending and sound construction controls. Below are several tips for working with limited resources when workloads rise due to significant increases in capital construction across our nation.
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