As your single point of contact, we are constantly communicating to consultants and venders what your schedule goals are. Through being present and hand’s on in the details, we find schedule opportunities that help accelerate your schedule, reduce costs or avoid internal operation issues.
What are the benefits to Project Management creating the master schedule, tracking the schedule progress, and providing real time solutions to expedite the schedule?
Cost Benefits. Early Access Benefits. Risk Mitigation. Communication Benefits. And the List Goes On…
Time is of the essence. Your project’s delivery date is crucial to your team and will have overall impacts to your costs and space access. Hosler Project Management will work with your team’s deadline dates to provide a master schedule that is realistic and inclusive of all necessary steps in the process. Real life project benefit examples:
- $35K+ Savings & 2-Week Schedule Reduction – Client originally required NON-union Audio-Visual Consultant to perform work as cost appeared more competitive. Project Management requested bidding Audio Visual scope competitively to Union Contractor teams to reduce schedule by 2-weeks; which reduced general conditions cost to Client and saved 2-weeks on schedule. – Chicago based Client.
- Early Schedule Delivery – A Client moving out of 5-floors and restacking back into 3-floors had strict furniture and schedule constraints that originally extended the estimated schedule. Through project management being engaged during the design process and creating a new critical path schedule, the team was able to expedite the move-in dates and set real time move dates. Project management worked with each consultant, vender and team partner in creating solutions to expedite the schedule without subjecting the quality. – Oakbrook based Client.
- Program Management Schedules – A Client was challenged with getting multiple projects engaged and wanted to avoid a back-to-back start strategy for each of their projects. Project Management was engaged to create a program schedule that offset each project start by 2-weeks. This strategy allowed the Client to focus on each project’s task at hand and then duplicate efforts to the remaining projects. Project Management efforts were marginally reduced and provided a streamline path to project success for the Client and design team.