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Actually using the project planning
We often see schedules on the construction site that no-one pays attention to. As a project planner (or project manager), how do you ensure that the project planning comes to life with all members of the project team?
How do you prevent budget and time overruns?
By aligning the budget with the planning, it is still possible to adjust and in order to prevent budget and time overruns.
How do you manage this? We explain it here.
How do you avoid delay claims?
Many projects have to deal with events that make punctual delivery impossible. We provide the best solution to avoid delay claims.
Compensation for delay or extension of construction period?
We provide an outline of the methodology for determining delay by cause (event).
Delay, Disruption or Inefficiency?
We are regularly asked by contractors to substantiate the costs of inefficiency.
How to conduct an effective work in progress review?
In daily practice, we see that in many project organisations, the work in progress discussions are considered ineffective.
Do risks in the forecast create ambiguity?
Incorporating opportunities and risks in project reporting and forecasting can lead to many discussions and lack of clarity.
How do you avoid prepayment?
For large construction projects, there are basically three payment methods; by calendar date, by progress and by work package.
Are unforeseen expenses and management reserve the same?
There is much ambiguity about the posts unforseen expenses and management reserve.
In these extraordinary times, cash flow management is priority for many companies.