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About Raj Reddy

Directors Message

There are numerous challenges facing today’s construction industry, some are new to the industry, and some are centuries old. Many of these challenges are a direct result of construction operations, while others a result of indirect, peripheral activities. A surprising number of challenges are not construction issues but must be addressed and managed by the construction company owners/ managers to ensure project success. Some of the construction issues include workforce considerations, safety, time constraints, and the changing nature of the work. Non-construction challenges that industry faces that are part of the business landscape include legal issues, government regulations, environmental concerns, and socio-political pressures. It is critical that the contractor or business owner understands the demanding realities that they faces in the planning and control of construction operations related to finances.

Construction projects represent a unique set of activities that must take place to produce a unique product. The success of a project is judged by meeting the criteria of cost, time, safety, resource allocation, and quality as determined by the client. The purpose of Project Management is to achieve goals and objectives through the planned expenditure of resources that meet the project’s quality, cost, time, scope, and safety requirements. The contractor/Builder must control the defect, or mitigate the effects of any occurrence or situation that could affect project success and Essentially finance, time and quality management is very crucial.

Basically, the Main issues in the construction and contracting projects are:

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  • Different Nature of works
  • Work force and skills required
  • Safety
  • Time constraints
  • Environment issues(Govt issue but may delaythe project)
  • Legal issue ( Claims, contractual, arbitrational)
  • Government Regulations
  • Socio political pressures
  • Budget and Payment issues from the Client/Government(delayed payment)

There are numerous challenges facing today’s construction industry, some are new to the industry, and some are centuries old. Many of these challenges are a direct result of construction operations, while others a result of indirect, peripheral activities. A surprising number of challenges are not construction issues but must be addressed and managed by the construction company owners/ managers to ensure project success. Some of the construction issues include workforce considerations, safety, time constraints, and the changing nature of the work. Non-construction challenges that industry faces that are part of the business landscape include legal issues, government regulations, environmental concerns, and socio-political pressures. It is critical that the contractor or business owner understands the demanding realities that they faces in the planning and control of construction operations related to finances.

Construction projects represent a unique set of activities that must take place to produce a unique product. The success of a project is judged by meeting the criteria of cost, time, safety, resource allocation, and quality as determined by the client. The purpose of Project Management is to achieve goals and objectives through the planned expenditure of resources that meet the project’s quality, cost, time, scope, and safety requirements. The contractor/Builder must control the defect, or mitigate the effects of any occurrence or situation that could affect project success and Essentially finance, time and quality management is very crucial.

 

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Early adopter or late to the game? Different Consultants can help the contractors determine when to embrace change and when to stay the course. Not everything new is better; yet eschewing every change runs the risk of becoming absolute. A professional outside opinion can make all the difference in these decisions. Now as the climate change due to the Global warming is predominantly affecting the environment and liveability of the human race, construction industry should focus on the sustainable use of the material and resources to contain the climate change and global warming.

We are living in an era of constant change for the foreseeable future, change is the new normal. Preparing for and embracing that change by investing in the right kind of advice is the best way to meet these challenges head on. We at CDI can develop the solutions for your specific needs of the industry to professionalise and bring a consistency in your operation.

I will take this opportunity to congratulate the construction fraternity for their successful working even during the covid-19 pandemic times and building the nation with integrity.

 

 

 

 

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