“Benefit from my years as a builder and my eduction in workflow analysis and job scheduling.“
Green tasks are completed. Yellow task are in progress. Blue tasks have not started.
Green tasks are completed. Yellow task are in progress. Blue tasks are inspections. Brown tasks are material delivery.
I built homes for 35 years, and the biggest complaint among my builder friends was that proper job management was difficult to master and too time-consuming to maintain. To be done right, job management requires a professional job scheduling system coupled with 24/7 schedule updates, notifications, and personal reminders to staff, subcontractors, and suppliers throughout the construction process.
Now that I am retired, I’ve had the time to use my builder experience, Industrial Management education, and computer programing skills, to create a simple-to-use professional job management process for other builders. I call it the Virtual Production Manager.
As a job progresses, you mark tasks as in progress or completed. If a task is not completed on time, a revised job schedule is automatically created and emailed to tradesmen, suppliers, and staff.
If you want to spend more time building your homes and less time putting out fires, add TA’s Virtual Production Manager to your team.
When a task’s schedule date changes, an email is automatically sent to those individuals assigned to that task. The schedule dates changes are shown in yellow.
Virtual Production Manager will watch over your jobs and notify you, your staff, trades, and suppliers when dates change or are not met.
Analyze production, sales and administrative processes to eliminate worker time wasted on unnessary tasks or time spent on tasks beneath their skill set.
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We used Tom’s homes to teach our trainees the proper way to build a home. His attention to detail and insistence for doing it right is second to none.
While getting my teeth cleaned, my dentist suggested that I contact Tom for a job. I explained that Tom recently fired me because I did not follow his specifications. I told the dentist that if I could afford a luxury home, I would only let Tom build it.
Tom’s construction knowledge was so extraordinary, that we would go to him to find water leaks in our homes when no one else could.
Your daily supervision assured the quality home in which we now live. The finish subcontractors raved about how precise our interior walls were.