The construction industry is a bustling, fast-paced business that thrives on good communication, informed decision-making, and a high-quality project management system. Ask construction project managers, and they will tell you: between scope, cost, and schedule, there is a lot to go wrong with the construction process. Construction projects running over budget is a common issue.…Details
When scheduling projects, many moving parts can mean the difference between an early start and a late finish. The critical path method, also known as CPM or critical path analysis, has been a type of scheduling software used in the project planning process for decades. Construction project management has required CPM scheduling on occasion since…Details
There are several key benefits and reasons for general contractors and subcontractors to hire a competent third party construction scheduling contractor. If you’ve never hired a construction consultant before or are just considering hiring one, read on to find out what their job is and how an experienced consultant can help you.
Advantages Of Using The Critical Path Method Scheduling in Construction The critical path method has been around for almost 70 years. In 1950 engineers James E. Kelley Jr. from Remington Rand and Morgan R. Walker from DuPont developed a project scheduling method that became known as the critical path method (CPM). Now construction companies of…Details