Your building construction work has been up scaled. Finally, you are making inroads in this challenging industrial environment. The next project you are about to land takes on a few unique features. They are unique in the sense that there may be some tasks never attempted before. And there may now be a need for new heavy load moving equipment to ensure that the project is able to be handled efficiently, from the time you leave your lot to the time you reach your new client’s premises.
Before attempting this new project, here is your fresh opportunity to do your R & D. In your immediate operating environment, scan the net as wide as possible to find those businesses that have the capacity to provide you with the relevant heavy load moving equipment. And perhaps because this project is still so fresh for you, it might be a good idea for you to source those operators who are able to do the moving on your behalf. Try and see if they are professional handlers. It might make no business sense for you to do otherwise.
On the other hand, there may be those of you who continue to believe in ‘doing it yourself’; DIY, in other words. On the commercial side, think carefully about this. Is it really a good idea for you to be handling heavy load moving equipment on your own? Fair enough, because this project, going forward, will only have a fixed lifespan, and you may not see another like it for a number of months, it continues to make sense to hire the equipment rather than purchase it and crowd out your existing lot, due for expansion anyhow.
Make sure that you have studied the demonstrations and qualified yourself beforehand.