The first step in a Nature-Tech project is the designation of a dedicated project manager. This Nature-Tech professional stays integrally involved until the project’s final step is complete.
The project manager serves as a professional conduit of communication between outside clients (including architects, designers or subcontractors) and Nature-Tech’s inside professionals. They also function as a client’s internal quality advocate, making sure that every part of the process...from blueprinting the initial design to assuring the accuracy of post-project invoicing...exceeds customer expectations.
Documenting the woodwork creation process can help eliminate misunderstandings that compromise project quality and strain valuable relationships. This is why Nature-Tech creates a complete set of project documents as work progresses, and provides continual updates as project parameters and client requirements change. The documents created include:
When it comes to assuring an accurate fit for our finished product, Nature-Tech project managers put their tape measures on the line.
A project manager personally performs an on-site field measurement, at the earliest possible point in a project. By leaving nothing to chance or miscommunication, we can take complete responsibility for assuring that the finished product will fit in its intended space.
It’s a small extra step, but it makes a big quality difference when timetables get tight and completion deadlines draw nearer.