1- Developing Work Breakdown Structures (WBS): List all utility, engineering, and construction activities that are broken down by phases, areas, and types of work.
2- Including procurement activities as per project specifications.
3- Assigning specific calendars that include defined holidays as well as weather days.
4- Running several what-if scenarios to optimize the sequence of operations.
5- Testing and analyzing the longest path of the project.
6- Developing the logic, sequence, and diagrams in order to avoid high float values.
7- Developing activity coding, including; responsible parties, phasing, and also the category of work
8- Generating a detailed narrative report with risk identification and analysis, furthermore the potential impact of major areas in the project
9- Critical path Schedule analysis; includes a complete graphical sequential schedule broken down by area and also a graphical sequential schedule broken down by trade
Resource Loading in Construction Schedule included:
First, Assigning direct Crew to all construction activities and identify man-hours throughout the job.
Then, Providing the status of potential resources availability and their feasibility of the project.
Finally, Developing and analyzing the resource profile histogram to level resources.
The Construction management team in NYC has also worked on successful Delay analysis and time extension claims.
1- Risk and delays assessment
2- Identify major areas of slippage
3- Delay impact analysis and recovery actions
4- Develop narrative report; shall include activities started in the month (with actual start dates), activities completed during the month (with actual start and completion dates), activities in progress (with estimated remaining durations), and activities scheduled to start in the following month (with estimated start dates).
A list of approved logic changes, a list of proposed logic changes, new activities, and deleted activities.
Recommendations for adjusting the Construction Progress Schedule to meet contractual milestone completion dates (includes why the schedule needs to be adjusted, e.g., change orders in the construction schedule, weather delays, contractor resources, etc.)