As a veteran of the industry, you already have a good hold on what constitutes good construction practices. But infill is different, in more than one way.
On an infill project you’ll be working in neighbourhoods where new home building is not the norm. There’ll be more scrutiny from the neighbours, and new hazards you’ll need to watch for. The trees are bigger, the roads can be smaller, and the neighbours know each other.
These are the reasons that attract home buyers to these neighbourhoods, but you’ll have to take them all into account if you want construction to go smoothly and your clients, and their neighbours, to be happy with the result.