Project control professionals (planners and schedulers) play a very important role for the on-time completion of time and cost -based projects.
The successful performance of project depends greatly on appropriate project planning, execution and project controls. Project controls practitioners use the necessary procedures, tools and techniques to achieve project objectives.
It has been proven time and again that Project performance can be improved if dedicated Project Controls systems are in place. Resulting in good cost and schedule outcomes for a project.

Project Brief

Understand the scope of work

Project WBS

Develop the program WBS

Project Plan

Schedule all activities

Project Control practitioners perform regular reviews of metrics and reports to identify variances from the project target or baseline, and then determine if corrective/preventive actions are required.
These project control checks will identify and anticipate areas of concern.

The Execution

Construction activities

Monitor KPI

Control and communicate

Finish Work

Project handover

We cover a lot of interesting project control articles in our blog

Planning for Construction aims to provide you with current project planning and project control information, answer any questions you may have and help you on your way to managing successful project outcomes.