We have been lucky enough to be involved in the delivery of many landmark projects that will benefit both this and future generations. Ultimately construction project delivery is about developing infrastructure to meet the needs of communities. It lifts communities out of poverty, provides clean drinking water, opens up the opportunity for trade moving goods for suppliers to consumers, enables transportation and delivers energy and many other benefits. It is a privilege to be part of this and in all we do, we seek to contribute and be involved in enriching the world we live in for this and future generations.
We are privileged to be enabling the delivery of projects and also to have the opportunity to improve the working lives of those people involved in these projects. From the owner’s team receiving reports based on data captured daily in Envision, through to the many delivery roles within the construction contractors such as project managers, engineers, supervisors, leading hands, administrators, finance, commercial, quantity surveyors and the subcontractors and their personnel.
Valuing the importance of work-life balance, we strive to make it easier for others to plan and complete their day’s work within their working hours so that employees can go home to their families, minimising working long hours to get the job done.
We strive to make project performance transparent and efficient so that extensive monetary losses can be avoided, and companies can deliver better value for their clients and returns for their shareholders. In recent years there have been numerous examples of companies delivering projects on narrow margins that have gone to the wall – with suppliers and workers not paid for work done. We aim to make this a problem of the past with Envision’s real-time data used to support effective planning and decision making.
Adrian Smith and Hugh Hofmeister