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Important points to remember when reviewing project schedules

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Quote Originally Posted by ketanco View Post
When starting a construction project, one of the most important items to do is to require your contractor to make a project schedule, as detailed as he can, and submit it to you. At a minimum, it needs to show the durations, start and finish dates, and successor / predecessor relations. Later when the work progresses, you will also want to see the % complete column as well. When you get this schedule, line by line, you need to review this and make sure that what he is showing is not just made to look pleasing to the eye, but also makes sense. For example, does he show the HVAC duct installation a week from now, when there is not a submittal in place yet? Or does he show a light fixture installation a month from now, when you definitely know that the material hasnít even been ordered yet and it will take 5 weeks just to fabricate? Or does he show successors and predecessors that either doesnít make sense or used too little or too excessive lag times? Did he show the signoff items, testing items at the end of the job and allowed time for that? Did he allow time for punchlist? Did he show important submittals in his schedule and allow time for that? Even the important material fabrication times? Did he relate the electrical to furniture installation for instance, as there are electrical hookup items on the furniture? Did he allow for the curing time of the grout before installing the tile? Did he take into consideration that there will be only so many elevators available for carrying men and materials? The list is endless.. you get the pointÖ Get the detailed job schedule from your contractor right away. And go through all the items in as much detail as you can, possibly having a person very knowledgeable in construction with you at all times. If you donít do this, you are signing up yourself for delays and extra costs for sure.
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