Do construction managers know what their schedule is a week in advance?
- oil field trashLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Sometimes they do and sometimes they don't. It is like any job where lots of things can screw up your plans. In the case of a construction manager it can be anything from the weather, lack of drawings, labor problems, permit problems, meetings with clients, meetings with others...........
- 異域秦後人Lv 71 month ago
Schedule generally is prepare a few months or even year ago, but keeping on change accordingly.
- charlatanLv 71 month ago
barring the cashier/teller at a bank,
none can ever have a fixed schedule.
it is like train time table,- it helps you to know when
the train is running late, and not to make trains run on time.
- oeman50Lv 71 month ago
I worked as an engineer, not a construction manager, at a construction site for 5 years (huge project). If by schedule, you mean when you arrive at the site and when you go home, there may have been a few weeks where that happened. But if you are asking about meetings, assignments trips into the field, etc. I can honestly say there was not a week where that would be true. But that was why I had a job, to handle those problems that popped up unexpectedly. As an older manager told me once, "If this was easy, I wouldn't need you." The same applies to construction mangers.