Constructions

Successfully managing a construction project is a four-step process. It requires that the parties establish a project plan, develop a project schedule, monitor the project schedule, and manage change events. Each step requires dedication and commitment from each team member, and each step in the process is essential to a successful project outcome.

Step 1:          Establishing a Project Plan

The first step in successfully managing a construction project is establishing a game plan for executing the work.

Step 2:          Developing a Project Schedule

Following planning,the second step in successfully managing a construction project is developing the schedule. Proper scheduling of the work tasks is the most critical aspect of the construction management process.

Step 3:          Monitoring the Project Schedule

The third step in successfully managing a construction project is monitoring progress, once construction begins, the schedule becomes a dynamic tool that can, and often will, change depending on progress.

Step 4:          Managing Change Events

The fourth step in successfully managing a construction project is managing change events, as changes will inevitably occur. Managing the schedule to account for changes is different than monitoring progress and reflecting that progress in an updated schedule.

Courtsey: Source: Philip D. Barnard

bdbarnard@interface-consulting.com

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