Though industrial projects can be extremely complex, surprisingly, some design engineers may never visit the site before starting the project. Some mechanical contractors dive right in without any on-site review. This approach can lead to problems later on, such as discovering errors during the project or years down the line when upgrades are limited due to lack of foresight.
With prevalent supply chain issues, getting it right before a project starts is even more critical as projects are more commonly challenged with schedule compression and budget strain. Every day that production lines are shut down can result in financial losses.
Through lessons learned on decades of specialized projects, we have developed six critical steps industrial and pharmaceutical companies should take before the project starts. Get the IFS Industrial Project Success Guide to save your next project budget and timeline!