This isn’t a new concept, in fact I have borrowed this from a blog I read last week in a related field of work, but I thought I would continue with a further blog, to communicate my 3-2-1 with the intention of issuing regularly, other matters and general business timescale permitting. I want to give you 3 points of reflection on matters relating around our work: then 2 suggestions or questions from others for you to ponder and then 1 highlight of the week.
1: Good Project Management comes with knowledge and confidence. The more knowledge I can share with you in simple language to create understanding, the more likely I am of confirming your confidence in the process of implementing your project.
2: Social media is a great means to get out our message on projects where we have worked to demonstrate our capabilities. It doesn’t replace face to face interactions which remain our best method of communication & interaction but please follow us on all our forms of social media for us to reconfirm our great experience & suitability for your projects.
3: Good cost control and management takes on different forms for different projects and clients; our Quantity Surveying base means that we still measure Bills of Quantities for a large proportion of our works- this provides an excellent basis to assess costs not just for the immediate project but to help build a data base of costs for use in future cost planning.
TWO SUGGESTIONS OR QUESTIONS
1.Floor finishes define zones through changes in colour and / or texture. Mix up your flooring with quality long lasting materials to provide a durable finish avoiding tracking & fading. What areas of your restaurant have you defined via your choice of finishes – do these finishes work for you?
2.What is the reason you like working with Julian Church & Associates? Can we discuss?
My highlight this week was receiving an email from a new client confirming that after some initial email interaction and comments upon matters noted therein that they had placed their full trust in us to confidently implement their project for them. First impressions do count.