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Managing multiple facility projects of varying scopes over long-term periods of time is a challenge many facility management leaders face. Ensuring quality and cost-effective results is crucial, and there are many moving parts to consider when seeking contractors for a multitude of facility repairs, renovations, and construction projects. Whether for repairs, renovations, upgrades, or construction, Job Order Contracting allows facility leaders to put contractors in place on a substantial number of projects with one, competitively awarded contract.
Gordian, a provider of facility and construction cost data, software, and services for all phases of the building life cycle, is a pioneer of Job Order Contracting. Also referred to as “JOC” in the industry, this is a construction delivery method that saves time and money when building and maintaining facilities.
Recently, Facility Executive spoke with Gordian’s Mike Shiplet, regional director, Four Corners on this topic. Among its services and offerings for the construction and facilities markets, Gordian’s Job Order Contracting solutions provide comprehensive data, robust software, and industry expertise to help customers maximize their resources and complete many projects with one competitively-awarded contract.
Click on the arrow below to listen to the conversation with Mike where he describes how facility management leaders can utilize Job Order Contracting:
After listening to this podcast, learn more about Gordian by visiting the company’s website at www.Gordian.com.