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 in order 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- Then, Developing activity coding, including; responsible parties, phasing, and also a 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
Our CPM Construction Consultants were coordinating between various general contractors applying and communicating with all the parties of the project. We were making sure the Schedule work is going smoothly with no issues. Our responsibilities were not only limited to this. But we also directly were in contact with the Construction Manager to remove any hustle from our client’s back. We always try to facilitate and provide the best advice in terms of how to shorten and to reduce the project duration.