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Preconstruction Planning

When it comes to Construction Scheduling and Planning, what we can provide?

We can provide construction scheduling services according to the specifications that will meet the project requirements. Our team will be responsible for all work of the subcontractors to meet the requirements as per the project specifications for the progress and scheduling part.

The quality and credibility of your critical-path schedule is tied to the logical formation of your plan and buy-in from the construction team.

We can provide schedule analysis which includes but not limited to the following:

  • Critical Path/ Critical Activities

  • Total Float/ Free Float

  • Impact/ Delay

  • Level of Effort Activities

  • Resources

  • Schedule Risk / Risk Management

  • Date Constraints

  • Open Ended Activities

  • Out of Sequence Logic

  • Start-to-Finish Relationship

  • Negative Float

  • Cash Flow

  • “What If” scenarios

  • Probabilistic Distribution of Activity Duration

Engagement Resources Provided:
  • A detailed narrative report that will help your senior management team focus on goals and communicate them to the entire organization concisely and professionally.​

  • A customized solution tailored to the specific needs of the required in accordance to project specifications.​

  • A quick turnaround for a reliable schedule which will be developed one week in advance to accommodate in-house reviews.​

  • Provide professional advice and expert judgment on overcoming potential obstacles and determining the critical activities on a project to ensure completion in a swift and efficient manner.​

  • Continuous project management and analytics to ensure benchmarks are met and processes are modified to reflect the evolving needs of the project while meeting specifications and requirements.​

  • Full commitment and support from the ICM Contractors Inc team, protecting the client by tracking the project progress to avoid any future delays.​

  • Gantt Chart showing the baseline schedule and the percentage completion to date of each activity/task and the overall percentage progress of the contract.

  • Generating knowledge of the details and fewer surprises well into the project by the need to pre-plan the project.​

  • Maximizing quality control measures by properly sequencing the work

  • Improving planning of resources such as labor and equipment.​

  • Enhancing coordination efforts between client and construction operations.​

  • Giving the affected parties such as the subs, vendors, designers and client time to better plan their own activities.​

  • Improving safety performance by sequencing the activities to ensure maximum protection for workers.​

  • Decreasing risk of damage to adjacent property and installed work leading to a reduced punch list.​

  • Pricing winter protection measures accurately by knowing which weather sensitive activities will be put in place during cold weather and the duration of those activities.​

  • Achieving the highest level of productivity in order to complete the project in the shortest timeframe reasonably possible

+Weekly Dashboard Template:
weekly dashboard template

You will get a weekly dashboard template to your construction project progress

which includes but not limited to the below:

Project summary information along with summary of variations, retention… etc

2 The cut‐off date for weekly/monthly progress data.

3 Expected time (Calendar days) and expected cost at project completion

4 Total contract value vs approved invoices and remaining contract value.

5 Project analysis using Earned Value Analysis.

6 Elapsed and remaining duration for the project.

7 Actual vs Planned work progress whether cumulative or for certain time interval.

8 Total submittals progress (Submitted & remaining)

9 Number of submitted documents and their status whether approved, rejected or on‐going to measure

10 Documenting areas of concern during project execution and propose required mitigation and corrective actions.

11 Manpower average per day to compare it with planned manpower to be able to control project

12 Actual vs Planned work progress for time interval (Daily/weekly/monthly) and comparing Planned vs Actual S‐

13 Quality performance indicators to monitor Project quality.

14 A chart to show project safety performance from project start to finish.

15 An extract from Project's schedule showing progress of activities and variance in progress.

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