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Post-Job Review Meeting Agenda

In Luke Matelan’s work with hundreds of subs, the post-job review process is the most overlooked and underused. After a year or two years on a job, it’s easy to wipe your hands clean and get started on the new shiny object (the next job). However, if you want to improve performance, you need to systematically pull lessons from each project into your next job. This post-job review meeting agenda will help you do exactly that.

About the Contributor

Luke Matelan

Luke Matelan works with FMI Corp, the largest management consulting firm dedicated to the construction industry. Matelan specializes in helping subs beat their expected project margins through rigorous adherence to best-in-class operational processes, which lead to increased profitability.

Business Outcomes

Example Post-Job Review Meeting

Job Name & Number:

Targeted Completion Date:

Discussion Items/Agenda:

  • Cost Review
    • Operations manager reviews most current cost report down to cost code level

Uncontrollable Impacts:

  • What uncontrollable variables impacted this project?

PM Lessons Learned:

  • If we were to build this project again, what would we do different in terms of project management?
  • If we were to build this project again, what would we do the same in terms of project management?

Field Lessons Learned

  • If we were to build this project again, what would we do different in terms of field management?
  • If we were to build this project again, what would we do the same in terms of field management?

Estimating Lessons Learned

  • What items did we perform better than estimated? Why & How?
  • What items did we perform worse than the estimate? Why & How?
  • Were there any items that we performed significantly different?
  • If we were to estimate this project again, what would we do different?
  • Was there anything specific to this customer that should be considered in future estimates?
  • Was there anything specific to the designers that should be considered in future estimates?
  • Was there anything specific to this site that should be considered in future estimates?

Lessons Learned:

 

Meeting Participants’ Signatures:

Project Manager:
Superintendent:
Operations Manager:

Estimator:
President:
Yard Representative:

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