CWN Developments Ltd Selected Blog Item

10/09/2015: A warm welcome to Josh Milgate

It is great to be busy, and we wish to say thank you to all our customers for keeping us on our toes.

With every increase in business comes the need for more careful monitoring of all processes and relationships within a company. Someone has to make sure that the right resources arrive in the right place at the right time, so that jobs can be completed to the highest standards, on time and within budget.

Introducing Josh Milgate, a young graduate who is going to play a key role in helping all these things happen here at CWN Developments Ltd.. Josh is providing the vital link between site and office, keeping the flow of information continuous.

This has already proved to be a great help in predicting and avoiding potential problems, preventing delays and inconvenience to customers, making sure that time on site is time well spent.

Every building project can be subject to external forces, but with good planning and sound communication channels in place, projects can be kept on track and costly delays avoided. We are looking forward to working with Josh on many projects to come.

See more news items in our blog.

Post a comment on this page.Click here to request Information on blog item 57
Share this story
Link to this story (copy/paste): https://www.cwndevelopments.co.uk/page_32.php?pgenme=wiblog_solus&blogsel=57
 
share us on facebook
share us on twitter
share us on pinterest
share us with a friend
get us to call you back
Add Your Comments to Facebook
Instagram
































































































Recent Tweets
CWN Developments' 'blog

2016-08-05
It's only the boss, just step over him.

One school of thought holds that your importance in an organisation is inversely proportional to the length of time you could lay dead on your office floor before anyone noticed any effect on the business.

The idea is that as you become more valuable, your role evolves to become more strategic and long term. The organisation should be self-managing to an extent in the shorter term.

With Craig in America for three weeks, it is slightly less dramatic, but nonetheless a good test of the theory. With the team that has built up at CWN over the years, current projects are all moving along nicely. For longer term ideas, please bear with us for a short while.


...More information...