Project Planning, Scheduling and Monitoring requires an organized and systematic analysis of all project’s quantifiable aspects: Scope, Time, Resources, Cost, Procurement, Risk – and their close monitoring during the project’s execution.
Forensic scheduling is a distinct branch of construction project planning, scheduling and monitoring. Its aim is to study and investigate the events using specific tools like Critical Path Method and other recognized schedule calculation method, in legal proceedings, in order to determine how events interacted or impacted a project schedule.
In most of the construction contracts misunderstanding arise between the Employer and the Contractor with effects on time and cost. When the claims of one or another party are not solved, they transform into disputes which affects both the project execution and the relationship between parties.
The basic elements of Project Management, Scope, Time, Resource, Cost and Risk Management must be well understand and interpret by all the participants involved in the projects.
The Project Management training courses are designed to provide solid understanding in project management oriented on the clients’ demands and is customized on clients’ organization. It is based on the Project Management Institute (PMI) standards, and is focused on the key principles and methodology of project management.