The Right Approach for a Lasting Impression
A 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facility addition. Rehabbing an aging bridge to its previous state. Simple, straightforward projects, right? But what if the manufacturing process changes in the next 10 years? What if the bridge now connects to a burgeoning urban community instead of the stark business area of 25 years ago? By breaking away from tradition, capital and infrastructure investments can satisfy today’s needs while making way for innovation and future advancements.
The traditional approach to projects is quickly going by the wayside. The “that’s the way we’ve always done it” mentality might still have validity but can be short-sighted — bypassing potential future investment opportunities and benefits for the fix that seems right for now. For these long-term investments to address today’s and tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities, a thoughtful, strategic approach to projects is bubbling to the surface, making an impression across industries.