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How to Keep Your Construction Project On Schedule

Keeping your construction project on schedule is vital to your profit and your company’s reputation. There are many things that can throw your schedule off, like adverse weather, unreliable workers, or unavailable resources. Almost all construction delays are preventable with proper planning. Click To Tweet

Staying on Schedule With Your Construction Project

Staying on schedule with your construction project can be challenging at times, but with careful planning and management, you can help keep your construction project on time and without issue. Here are five key considerations to keeping your construction project moving forward and staying on time.

Review Plans and Specs

Before you plan anything, review and familiarize yourself with every detail of the construction project. Coordinate with your project manufacturers and material suppliers, and also allow your subcontractors to review drawings and any other relevant documents.

Create a Master Plan

After you understand the full scope of the construction project, create a master plan and schedule to follow. Make sure to build slack-time into the plan for adverse weather, or anything else that might set you back. Assign estimated start and completion dates for each task, and then allocate the resources, labor, and equipment to give each task the ability to complete them efficiently.

Communication is Key

When it comes to staying on schedule, communication is key. Establish ways for subcontractors to alert you if there is something that is holding up their portion of the work, so you can adjust the work schedule and collaborate to increase productivity. Project collaboration and communication builds better relationships and ensures that everyone completes tasks on schedule.

Have Proper Tools & Materials

Having the proper tools and materials is another way to help your construction project stay on schedule. For example, if your construction project requires dewatering, using old-fashioned methods, such as earthen dams or sandbags can slow down progress. Make sure to use the best tools for the job, like the Aqua-Barrier® cofferdam to help save not only time but money, too.

Periodic Review of Progress

It is important to keep track of the progress of your construction project. Keep daily reports and schedule frequent meetings with all involved to identify areas of the project that might be falling behind. As your construction project progresses, make any necessary changes or updates to your master plan.

Keep Your Construction Project On Schedule

With careful planning and management, open communication, and using the best equipment for the job, you are certain to keep your construction project on schedule.

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