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The Management Team

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What Rebuilding Management Does for the Homeowner Construction Representative


Without a doubt, the homeowner construction representative (HCR) is the busiest member of your management team. Equipped with a notebook computer and a digital camera, this road warrior is out in the field every day, checking the status of your restoration projects.

At each site, he:

  1. Verifies that the property is secure.
  2. Checks the status and quality of each open task using online checklists and purchase orders in Rebuilding Management.
  3. Takes status photos of the project and uploads them into Rebuilding Management.
  4. Adjusts the construction schedule, as needed.

If a change is made to a schedule, the change cascades down through the schedule, adjusting all subsequent tasks. Rebuilding Management notifies the appropriate contractors, material suppliers, and homeowners of the change. It’s all automatic. No more valuable time spent on the phone with contractors and materials suppliers, scheduling and rescheduling. Your HCR stays in touch without ever picking up the phone.

Rebuilding Management also alerts the HCR when tasks exceed their allotted time. This prompts the HCR to follow up with the parties involved and adjust the schedule, if necessary.
Rebuilding Management gives your HCR all the information and tools he needs to do his job:
  • Vendor contact info.
  • Purchase orders.
  • Task checklists.
  • Specifications and drawings.
  • Schedules and schedule-management screens.
Construction schedule for a single project. From the schedule, the HCR can click the task he wants to manage.

After the HCR selects “Install Air Seal,” Rebuilding Management displays a checklist for that task.
When the HCR verifies that each step of a task has been completed, Rebuilding Management instructs the title company (which holds homeowner funds in an escrow account) to pay contractors. Again, it’s all automatic.

Rebuilding Management’s automated tasks make it easier and faster for your HCR to do his job. And that means it’s easier and faster for your not-for-profit organization to rebuild the community.


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