S.M.A.R.T. PROCESS - Why Aslan

S.M.A.R.T. PROCESS

S.M.A.R.T. PROCESS

S.M.A.R.T. (S Y S T E M • M A N A G E M E N T • A C C O U N TA B L E • R E S U LT- O R I E N T E D • T I M E LY)

To ensure that all projects; kitchen, bath or basement, undertaken by ASLAN are successfully completed, we have implemented a systematic Project Management approach to remodeling. This process takes you safely from the project conception to cooking in your kitchen or enjoying your first bath.

S. See In The Mind’s Eye Project Initiation – Imagine, if money were no object, how would you want your bathroom to look like. Create a scrapbook of ideas from magazines, web and brochures. Set a realistic budget. See http://www.remodeling.hw.net/2008/costvsvalue/division/east-north-central.aspx. Call ASLAN to get started.

M. Map it Out – Planning and Design – Together we will develop a scope of work, describing exactly what will be done in your bathroom. We will create preliminary computer aided drawings, material selections and a financial analysis of your project. Together we will finalize the design to match your dream bath.

A. Assign Resources – Execution – We will order all materials. We will get permits when necessary. We will assign and coordinate tradesmen and material deliveries for your remodeling project.

R. Realization – Project Monitoring and Controlling – We will provide daily on-site progress monitoring to ensure time lines and quality. We will monitor if changes to the scope of work need to be made and get your approval before work starts. We will meet with you on a regular basis to obtain feedback from you.

T. Termination – Project Closure – Together we will inspect the remodeling project and if You are satisfied we will sign off the project. For any outstanding items we will find satisfactory resolution. Together we will settle the project and hand over your newly renovated space.


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