Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Mission Critical Operations
3 followers -
A nationwide project support service that solves problems in the execution of construction, engineering, and capital projects.
A nationwide project support service that solves problems in the execution of construction, engineering, and capital projects.

3 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Mission Critical is rolling out a new service called STOP LOSING MONEY!-helping your business in two ways:
1.We assign a dedicated Project Engineer to support the customer’s field staff making sure project changes and delays are captured, quantified and communicated in accordance with the contract terms.
2. We have partnered with PROCORE, the most widely used construction management software tool, to prepare, organize, and disperse all project documentation in an online, secure, 24/7 accessible system – at NO ADDITIONAL COST and WITHOUT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVING TO BUY A LICENSE.
Learn more about it on today's blog post!
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Looking for ways to better support your Superintendent? In his most recent blog post, Jeff Shannon gives you a list of things to do (and not to do) to help your Superintendent achieve success on the project.
http://www.missioncriticalops.com/blog/2017/7/14/superintendents-have-one-request-set-me-up-for-success
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Are you looking to improve your skill set as a Superintendent? Or maybe you are looking for a list of requirements to consider when hiring. Jeff Shannon breaks it down for you, giving you a list of traits, characteristics, and skills of a great Superintendent that go beyond the basics. He also begins sharing interviews with top level Superintendents who add their expertise about this field.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Mission Critical is pleased to announce a new member to our team: Ed Ocelus. Ed has almost 25 years experience in the industry. He began his career in the IBEW Apprenticeship program and soon became a Journeyman Electrician. Most recently, Ed has served as a project manager for a commercial GC and a custom steel fabricator. Ed is looking forward to getting started helping our clients with their projects and we know our clients will be pleased with his experience, enthusiasm, and professionalism. To learn more about Ed, click here: http://www.missioncriticalops.com/team/
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
An excerpt from today's blog post:
"This blog and our firm were established because we love the construction industry and the people who bravely choose to work in it. I say “bravely” because although our industry is a critical part of the world’s economy, safety and daily lives, it is a terribly frustrating place to work and fewer and fewer people seek it as a career path. Our firm works to solve the problems that cause that frustration."
Click the link to read more.
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded