Having worked for both large companies as well as small companies, in addition to construction management companies, HBC is the first I have come across whose policy is that every project, no matter how small, will have a full time superintendent assigned exclusively to the project. This doesn't seem like a big deal, but it really is. When a project manager knows that their superintendent has 100% of his time invested in that project, there is a tremendous comfort level. You know that whatever happens on the job, his eyes and ears are there, and, therefore, catching any mistakes or potential accidents before they can occur. In additon, any critical field questions can be addressed immediately, and communication with the project team is also immediate. No matter how organized and knowledgable a superintendent is, if they are running multiple projects at the same time, they are spread too thin, and in the end, this equates to less quality and customer satisfaction.