Nobody likes to complete a task only to find out it wasn’t done correctly, forcing them to spend time and money doing it all over again. Hopefully, getting it right the second time around. For construction managers and project managers, rework means reduced productivity and profitability.
In addition to killing the schedule and budget on a project, rework can lead to low morale on the jobsite, breach of contract, warranty claims, and legal consequences. In the long run, constantly having to perform rework on your construction projects can seriously harm you company’s reputation and negatively impact future business prospects.