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The Benefits of Pull Planning

The Benefits of Pull Planning

Chad Blalock

Chad Blalock is the Building Systems Group Manager at W.M. Jordan Company, where he functions as a focused internal and external MEP resource and provides customer service in all areas of building performance and operations. Chad is a licensed mechanical engineer with 18 years of experience developing MEP systems and helping clients maximize their investment.

Chad holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech and has certifications in Contractor’s Quality Control and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). He is a member of the Associated General Contractors of Virginia (AGCVA) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

 

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Chad Blalock talks about the differences between pull planning and traditional critical path method (CPM) planning
  • The areas to focus on when planning for a job: individuals, time span, and communication
  • How to build trust with all workers on the construction team
  • Why hasn’t everyone adopted the pull planning approach, and what’s the benefit to transitioning away from traditional CPM planning?
  • Chad discusses ways you can begin the pull planning method — including free educational resources

In this episode…

Is your construction company using the right planning method? If you’ve been operating on the traditional critical path method, you’re missing out on a much more efficient, cost-effective system: pull planning.

What is pull planning and how can it help your company? According to Chad Blalock, pull planning is a collaborative tool that allows for productive communication and trust between all members of the construction project. With the pull planning method, you’ll be able to make reliable promises, deliver faster service, and easily work through all steps of the project.

In this episode of This is Concrete, Chad Gill talks with Chad Blalock, Building Systems Group Manager at W.M. Jordan Company, about the pull planning approach. Together, they discuss why pull planning works, how it can help you complete a project on time (and on budget), and how you can begin your transition into the pull planning method. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Concreate.

Concreate is a custom concrete flooring company that delivers polishing, staining, and more for both commercial and residential projects.

Our passionate team helps designers, architects, tradesmen, business owners, and homeowners transform plain concrete surfaces into clean, distinctive, and enduring masterpieces.

Whether you are a large-scale hospitality company like Marriott, an Amazon warehouse, or one of our many residential customers, we want to help you create an affordable and stylish surface.

So, what are you waiting for?

Go to thisisconcrete.com or email us at info@thisisconcreate.com to learn more about Concreate today!