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A method of construction management in which building construction begins before all construction details have been finalized in order to speed completion of the project.
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"Successful fast-tracking is the result of a proper team approach.
Typically, foreclosure fast-track laws require more than simple vacancy in order to qualify for the fast-track, which protects against the fast-track being misused but may prevent all vacant foreclosures from being eligible for fast-tracking. In some cases, qualification is based on criteria that would correlate with a vacated home (shut-off utilities and housing code violations, for example), so generally there should be a high correlation between vacancy and fast-track qualification.
Fast-tracking green patents provides businesses with practical help in developing green technology and bringing it to the consumer as quickly as possible."
There are also circumstances where a tenant has to vacate premises due to lease expiration and relocate quickly where fast-tracking is the only solution.
Fast-tracking can decrease institutions' costs because less staffing time is required.
We are fast-tracking the construction of this state-of-the-art building to help meet the tremendous demand for new space in the region," Schaevitz concluded.