So let's look at a typical organizational chart. Now I took a stand and some of you might say, okay this is very typical, yes it is. I took a typical project organizational chart that we would put together on a project, on any given project I've got, right? So of course the top box is the project manager. And the office assistant, whether you have one or not is irrelevant, but it's something to think about, followed by the project engineer and document control. I mean, these are the individuals who will review your shop drawings, who will review change orders, who will review all the documentation coming through your organization. Because let's face it, it's impossible for you to manage the entire process without somebody like the project engineer. Document control person to both sort through, review, and comment and give you suggestions as to how to best handle it. Estimator, you always don't have an estimator on the project, but to me, an estimator is such a great asset, great resource to have. Because in terms of, let's face it, we all have to review change orders somewhere down the line. And having an estimate to tell you whether or not the pricing is real, it makes sense to justify the numbers. He or she can be a very valuable resource. The project schedule, the project schedule is not just their, and keep something in mind okay, the project schedule a lot of people take project schedules for granted and that's wrong. Because the project schedule can be a huge resource in, if he or she is knowledgeable, to be able to update, maintain and probably display where your project is status wise. Yes the logic has to come back to you and he or she can be a great resource in terms of checking the logic. To make sure it makes sense, to make sure it complies, picking out words that don't, so never under estimate a scheduler. Of course, what I consider to be one of the most crucial individuals in a job site is a superintendent and the assistants beneath them. Okay superintendent I can always consider them to be heart and soul of a project. If you have an effective superintendent, you know what that means, that means you have a very effective project. Very few projects without a knowledgeable, an aggressive, cuz I think superintendents should be very aggressive and aggressive and a knowledgeable aggressive. And by the way, a politician as well to the point whether he can manage, he or she I should say. He or she can manage the trades down the line, can be the key component as to whether or not you make a schedule. Because you can push all you want, you can process all the paperwork you want. With that you feel general out there which is typically your superintendent managing the trades. Pushing the trades, making sure deliveries coming on time and so forth and so on. Your projects are deadline, so a superintendent, a was considered superintendent to be kind of like the partner to your project manager. A case in point being, when you I put together a schedule, let's say, I always rely on a superintendent. Because sometimes they have a better feel of the duration or how long it takes to put together a project. And it's not fair to the superintendent where you just take a schedule, compile it without his or her input. And then just shove it down their throat and then ask them okay, now build this. Sometimes their experience level will tell you, that's just not possible. So having that level of input from the field is a key aspect to putting together a successful schedule. For without it, we all know what can potentially happen. Now, yes each superintendent has specialty assistance that work onto him or her. But one person we really want to focus on, is the sight safety manager. We all know how important safety is. Okay, one of the most important aspects of construction is to make sure that all the people that come to the site in the morning, they get to go home to their families at night. It's important and not just strictly for the human aspect of it of course, there's also monetary aspect to that. We all know how expensive insurance is. We all know how close people scrutinize, we all know the potential damage, an accident, regardless as to how minor, and I'm not gonna get into fatalities and that sort of thing. Regardless to how minor the kind of delays, aggravation and resources you can use up throughout the course of the project. So having a knowledgeable and experienced set safety manager, and that's going to be covered in greater detail in other classes. I don't want to get into, I don't want to go too deep into the set safety aspect. Will help function, will help promote and solve and push the project along a lot more quietly. Last but not least is the office manager, and not always somebody that you need. In many instances, I consider the office assistant to be the office manager and we have a multi billion dollar project. So this is the case that we're involved with. The airport redevelopment. When it's four plus billion dollars, with the work in roughly, 80 to 100 people working in the project. You need somebody to manage the office. You need to make certain that the working environment is comfortable, that the people have what they need. And that person can be also a very big component in a successful operation, especially for larger project.