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7 Questions to Ask to Reality Check a Facility Project Schedule

Posted on: September 23, 2016, Categories: Project Schedule, Facility Construction

When it comes to the construction or expansion of a facility, the project schedule is a dynamic and complex deliverable—with lots on the line. 

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Key Ways That Construction Type Can Affect Facility Construction Project Capital

Posted on: August 25, 2016, Categories: Facility Construction

In many facilities, new construction projects are “copies” of previous projects. This is due to paradigms that exist within an organization’s management or engineering team. One of the project facets that is frequently copied from one project to the next is the type of construction.

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A Simple Tool To Predict The Total Cost of a Facility Construction Project

Posted on: August 17, 2016, Categories: Capital Project Planning, Cost Estimating

Today’s industrial executives and facility engineers are under mounting pressure to improve current operations and usher new products into market while reducing the construction and engineering costs necessary to support those efforts. 

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Process Equipment Procurement - The Hidden Schedule Killer

Posted on: June 14, 2016, Categories: Procurement, Project Schedule

Building a construction schedule seems like a simple thing to do, right? 

Dig a hole, pour some concrete, erect some steel, install some equipment, pipe it up, wire it up, start it up…and presto – you’ve got a construction schedule.  

Not so fast.

While the above outline seems right, procuring the right equipment for the build is a hidden schedule killer—one that’s often not thoughtfully presented or considered during the initial project schedule.

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