Get it right the first time, is a foundational message to new or up and coming business owners and professionals. Performance (productivity, efficiency and quality) is a design attribute and it is established by how well, or how poorly, your business plan or design process is executed. Once your business plan or design is set, then higher levels of performance cannot be obtained WITHOUT ADDITIONAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE.
Like John Wooden said, "If you don't have time [or money] to do it right, when will you have time [or money] to do it over"?
I recently had a Facebook chat with friend & colleague, Tarik Singleton, and he brought up some excellent points about Electrical Reliability from design to maintainability. He's also a Southern University alumnus (Go Jags) with a passion for doing things right the first time. Check out Tarik's points below!
When you do not have a proper PPA (Potential Problem Analysis) on the design then your project execution will suffer. It becomes chaotic and that is when the finger pointing starts. There should be a 60% and a 90% review on all DBA's (Design Basis Analysis) before executing the strategy. This is done in the Engineering phase and it's critical especially from a Reliability and Greenfield perspective! Engineering is always cheaper than implementation or construction....