An Experienced Project Manager Makes All The Difference

Construction project management is a difficult task – with so many moving parts and things happening simultaneously, it’s a big job. That’s why working with an experienced project manager is so important to success. In fact, it can really make or break your project (and budget). At Dunlap, we have decades of experience in overseeing both small and large projects across nearly all sectors of construction. When you work with us, you can be sure that you’re working with the best in the business.

What Your Construction Project Manager Does

Truly a jack of all trades, the construction project manager must wear many hats. This person oversees a project from start to finish, which includes tasks like:

  • Design reviews, permit requests, documentation
  • Scheduling and coordination of activities
  • Keeping records
  • Quality assurance
  • …and more

This is by no means a conclusive list, but these areas are critical to projects staying on track and on budget. Without good organizational, communication, and time management skills, a project manager can easily become overwhelmed with tasks and allow important details to slip through the cracks. 

Dunlap Goes Above And Beyond

We’ve spent years developing a top-notch team, many members coming from the Dunlap family itself. When it comes to project management, our General Superintendent Ray Wallen is as experienced as they come. With a true can-do attitude, he brings over 17 years of knowledge and skill to his large list of responsibilities from job site safety to scheduling and budgeting. In addition to handling administrative tasks, Ray can often be found on the job site getting his hands dirty. His role with Dunlap is critical to every project’s success, and we are proud to have him! 

Ready to get started on your next project? Our experienced team will ensure that your build goes as smoothly as possible. Reach out to us today to schedule a meeting. 

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