Timothy Duma: Becoming a More Effective Construction Project Manager

Timothy Duma has spent more than thirty years as a project manager in the construction industry. Timothy Duma has spent his career gaining knowledge and skills to become more effective as a project manager. Finding ways to improve decision-making skills on the job site are critical to any project’s success. Here are some ways you can improve your construction project management decision-making skills to find success.

  1. Based on the goals of your business and the specific objectives of the project you have to assess your past performance and assess your current situation. Look for patterns and anomalies that stand out and ask questions in order to gain a better perspective moving forward.
  2. After you’ve assessed your situation you need to set benchmarks. You can do this by working with peer groups and information provided by industry organizations like the Construction Financial Management Association.
  3. After you have identified the key areas of the project that you want to monitor, you will need to make sure to establish processes and make sure they are put in place at the beginning of the project. Having your processes in place will help to improve your overall project success rate.

To ensure all the responsibilities of the project are met, you need to utilize all of the tools and strategies that are available. Timothy Duma is a successful construction project manager who has overseen several high-profile projects during his career.


About Timothy Duma

Timothy Duma is a successful entrepreneur and CEO of a home construction company in Denver, CO who enjoys spending his free time in nature
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