The Importance of a CPM Review

The Importance of a CPM Review

The Importance of a CPM Review

The Importance of a CPM Review

A construction project’s success is determined by its ability to finish on time, under budget, and with minimal work flow interruption – all of which are achieved by creating a reliable schedule and executing it day in and day out. As CPM schedules are quickly becoming the new industry standard, more and more contractors are leveraging software to build construction schedules in-house. Though in-house scheduling for small scale projects may get the job done, high stakes undertakings merit the services of a third party review to identify scheduling errors – and mitigate losses – before ever breaking ground.

Partnering with a professional project management consulting firm to create or review a CPM schedule provides a formal review process before the schedule is presented to the owner and gets underway. A CMP planning professional will provide personalized attention and will accomplish the following:

  • Ensure that the schedule adheres to the parameters of all contract documents.
  • Evaluate time estimates to verify that they are realistic and account for delay allowances
  • Identify potential delay factors using a time impact analysis
  • Review all on-site and off-site activity schedules to provide maximum efficiency

Benchmarks of a Quality CPM Schedule
CMP scheduling consultants and firms are cropping up across the country, though few have the depth and breadth of experience required to deliver positive outcomes. Before contracting an HSE service, many of our clients had paid dearly for incomprehensible or unrealistic CPM schedules crafted by so-called “experts.”

In order to avoid falling into the hands of a scheduling swindler, or trying to execute an impossible timeline, take a moment to ensure that your CPM schedule contains all of the following elements.

  • A logical sequence of construction within a detailed and realistic timeline
  • Procurement processes
  • The interrelationship of both on-site and off-site activities
  • The relationship of each activity to overall project completion
  • Necessary tools to provide “what if” scheduling scenarios. Copied from hse.

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