Where Contractors Lose Money In Production


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Today we are going to discuss some of the top ways you can lose money in the production phase of your projects, and how to resolve those issues.

Our guest today is Tim Faller from Westerly, Rhode Island. He has extensive experience in production and management, having founded his company, Field Training Services, in 1999, where he trained production staff in good job-site management, debugging production systems, and helped companies develop training programs for their field staff.

Up until July 2000, Tim was V.P. of the New Homes division for Hopkins and Porter Construction in Potomac, Maryland, where he started as a Lead Carpenter and then became Production Manager for remodeling.

Based on his extensive experience as a lead carpenter, production manager, and homebuilder, Tim has conducted many successful lead carpenter training programs across the country.

His book, The Lead Carpenter Handbook: The Complete Hands-on Guide to Successful Job-Site Management was published in November 1998 and since then he has developed audio training for Lead Carpenters as well as a Human Resource Manual for Remodelers.

In April of 2017, Tim joined Remodelers Advantage as Senior Consultant and Master of Production. His focus with them is helping companies improve their production processes and systems.

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Show Notes:

00:01:48: Tech Tip of the Week: LG 17" Gram Laptop

00:04:00: Introduction of our guest Tim Faller

00:07:02: What are some of the top ways to lose money in production?

00:08:00: Issue #1 is lack of pre-job planning

00:15:38: Where do you lose money in the 1st week of the project?

00:16:51: The 2nd way you can lose money on a project

00:19:07: The importance of time and budget tracking

00:22:37: What happened in the last week of the project?

00:25:22: The Zero Punchlist Method

00:30:44: Another. production issue: Change Orders

00:32:58: Include ALL the costs in a Change Order

00:38:17: Using allowances on your job - good or bad?

00:41:25: Practice Continuous Improvement

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