Three Characteristics of a True Turnkey Service Provider

As the industry trends more toward the utilization of turnkey services, it seems that a lot of companies have begun to hang out their own Turnkey Solutions shingles. How can you tell if you are working with a true turnkey service provider? Here are three things to look for.

 

Process

When evaluating a turnkey provider, consider the process the company uses. Is it comprehensive? At ProcessBarron, we begin with a thorough evaluation and carry it through to execution. We go beyond treating symptoms and work to identify the source of the problem. This detailed evaluation guides us through the engineering, installation and execution phases, providing you with a holistic cure, instead of a band aid solution.

Staffing

Using a turnkey provider should eradicate the need for subcontractors. When you work with a true full-service provider, your life should get easier – your project more manageable. Your turnkey provider should provide and manage all personnel needed to complete a project. This means that you are dealing with one vendor, rather than a different contact for each part of the job.

Resources

A true turnkey provider’s services should also include all the resources necessary to execute a project. ProcessBarron possesses a complete in-house fabrication shop. From engineers to draftsmen to crews on-call, we can handle every nuance of your project at every turn.

 

At ProcessBarron, we take our claim to be a turnkey service provider to heart. It isn’t an industry catch phrase, but our continual commitment to our customers. Contact us today to see why we are the industry’s total systems solutions provider.