Time Management

It is most often impractical to discuss cost control without giving attention to monitoring schedules. Construction typically involves a deadline for work completion, so contractual agreements will force attention to schedules. More generally, delays in construction represent additional costs due to escalation, late facility occupancy or other factors. Just as costs incurred are compared to budgeted costs, actual activity durations may be compared to expected durations.

Projects involve a complex inter-relationship between time and cost. As projects proceed, delays influence costs and budgetary problems may in turn require adjustments to activity schedules. Trade-offs are often required. We identify the possible trade-offs, enhancing the decision-making process.

Taking this to a new level we utilize BIM 4D technologies in order to analyze the construction schedule in detail.