Nerijus Sabonis, Mitnija’s project manager, says that long-time cooperation, efficient communication with the customer, and love for the project were the key reasons why Mitnija was able to complete the project ahead of the deadline.
“We have been working with Galio Group for five years now, ever since building the first stage of S7. These years gave us an opportunity to get to know our client, learn about their working style, expectations, and requirements. Therefore, during the construction of the second, third and fourth stages of the project, it only took us half a word to understand each other, and the work went efficiently. Long-term cooperation certainly benefits both the client and the construction company, as it saves time and money. Despite the tensions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, our client and the tenant of the building, as well as our business partners – designers, subcontractors and suppliers – showed high motivation to complete the project in time. All of us fell in love with the project, so our work proceeded smoothly and we were all excited.”
Mr. Sabonis explained that the site where the fourth stage of the project was built had no storage area. Mitnija was only allowed to fully close one lane of Pieninės street and thus had to do a lot of the installation work “straight off the loading truck.”
“It was very challenging because the construction, as well as the installation of the Danske Bank premises, required a lot of precision. At times, the construction processes and supply logistics were a matter of minutes, we had to precisely and professionally manage over 80 subcontractors and suppliers. I am glad we managed to do it right,” Mr. Sabonis said.