Having a construction project on your business is a big undertaking. You have to think about the money you will spend to get it all done. You also need to consider the amount of time it will take. All of this can add up, especially if the project is one that your company needs to properly maintain operations. The last thing that you need is to find out that your project isn't going to be ready on time or that the work on your project is somehow subpar.
Thinking about all the things that you have to deal with in this situation might be difficult. Not only do you need to find out what is going on and when you will have use of the structure again, but you also have to consider some logistical and marketing issues. You may have to reschedule a grand opening or another event that is dependent upon you being able to use the building. Expenses can quickly escalate due to a construction issue that affects your ability to operate.
All of these factors can also have a negative effect on your company's image. This means that you also have to think about the way that the construction delay might damage your company's reputation and how you can minimize that damage. In some cases, you may never be able to recover what was lost.
When things don't go as they should have with a construction project, you can look at the legal options you have for handling the issue. Our office can help you understand what steps to take next.