Preparing for and Surviving Road Construction Effecting YOUR Business

The Inbox By The Inbox, 4th Jun 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Road Construction can have a significant effect on the way you do business. It is important to be prepared, plan, and execute accordingly.

Road Construction and Your Business

If your small business is located in a road construction zone, your business will likely be financially impacted. This guide, and the resources within it, are here to be used in a time of extended road closure or construction to help in the process of mediating the effects on your business. While road construction is necessary to improve the infrastructure of the region every few decades, now is the time to plan and strategize so that once the projects are completed, your business is able to thrive and grow with the increased investment into the area. It will be a difficult process for most small businesses in the zone but remember, once an area has major construction it is unlikely it will need work for many years.

Things can happen during a long business impedance; projects get delayed or extended due to unforeseen issues. Remember that local government and project coordinators are doing their best to make sure the project gets finished with minimal disturbance to your business. It is their job and in their best interest to get the project done on time.

To help small businesses survive road construction, we created this survival guide containing appropriate municipal and business contacts and tips for surviving the construction process and continuing to grow even after construction is completed. Further insight in this series will include how to get involved in the planning process, preparing your business strategy, what to do once construction has started, and how to continue after construction is completed. With this positive thinking in mind, it is best to plan ahead of time for what is to come.


Be sure to check out Part 2 of the 'Preparing for and Surviving Road Construction Effecting YOUR Business' series where we talk about how to get involved in the decision-making process.

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