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February 1, 2006

Project Success Builds On a Well-Defined Scope

Having a clear understanding of what will be included and what will not is fundamental to a project’s success. Time taken to develop a good scope is time well spent

John C. Lagace, Jr. S&B Engineers & Constructors

A clear definition of what a project will include can go a long way in helping to reach the desired objective. Spending the time upfront to seek input from pertinent parties and to scope out the details can prevent frustration, unexpected costs and sometimes insurmountable obstacles later on....

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