K-12 Renovation & Construction Case Studies
Across North America, school districts struggle with insufficient funds, staffing shortages and resource scarcity. As capital and operation budgets shrink, buildings and infrastructures age and deferred maintenance backlogs grow. To meet these challenges, school districts are choosing Job Order Contracting (JOC) to save time and effort during the construction procurement process.
JOC helps school districts of all sizes avoid disputes and project delays, all while increasing budgetary control on small-to-large construction projects. Job Order Contracting procurement solutions put readily available contractors in place to work on a substantial number of school projects with one, competitively awarded contract. Job Order Contracting is flexible and fast, allowing schools to complete projects within limited windows like summer and winter breaks.
Discover how schools have controlled costs, saved time and started work faster with Job Order Contracting in this ebook from Gordian. You’ll discover detailed case studies about K-12 schools that used JOC to complete projects successfully with limited resources in a limited time.
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