For a construction project to be successful, there must be effective communication between all the people involved in its delivery from start to finish.

The importance of this cannot be overstated. When communication is lacking or poor, this opens the door for mistakes, including around safety and productivity plus their associated costs. On the other hand, when communication is strong, not only can you avoid such pitfalls but this also creates an environment where collaborative working practices can be adopted and where both the people who work on the project and the project itself are set up for success.

Keep reading this week’s blog for a closer look at why communication is so important and what you can do to improve it.