This year’s CURT (Construction Users Roundtable) national conference was centered around a simple idea: excellence in total project performance. But like any great idea, bringing it to life can be far from simple.
Our annual owners study seeks to outline the path and figure out how great owners have already made progress. This year’s study explores the key ingredients of project excellence and how to bring it to life.
We start with a core question: what is project excellence?
Companies strive for excellence. Yet when asked to rate their organizations on excellence in total project performance, only 9% of respondents in our recent study rated their companies “high.”
This week, Continuum Advisory Group and the Construction Users Roundtable (CURT) will share the results of the 2017 owner trends study, focused on Excellence in Total Project Performance.
I really enjoyed speaking to the CURT YP group last week in Philadelphia at the Construction Users Roundtable Young Professionals Summit. This group of 75 of the next leaders in our industry, from owner organizations, contractors and engineering firms, came together for two days to learn about the industry, network, and develop their skills as leaders.