3. Your team needs to focus on top priority projects.
By leveraging external experience and expertise, you solve many distraction problems caused by staff turnover and recruiting issues. By freeing up valuable time and resources, the focus is on other priority work like business development and completing projects within the deadline. Services may include laser scanning, as-built surveys, modeling services, BIM Coordination, training, 360 visualizations, etc.
4. You require control throughout the life cycle of a project.
Some long-term projects necessitate having the same dedicated resource embedded alongside your team members. The staff augmentation model provides you with a way to source talent and shows you if a candidate is the right fit. This personnel is managed and directed by your project management lead throughout the contract period. You’ll provide the project/design direction directly and use your normal oversight process to maintain QA/QC standards.
5. You want to avoid over-staffing.
Increasing staff through a third party means no resources are sitting idle, and you can decrease the size of your team from the consulting firm without any impact on your business or hurting staff morale. When business is booming, you can scale teams quickly instead of waiting through the recruiting and onboarding process and hoping you have the right people before you need to deliver.