Change Order Management
Construction project changes orders are common but don't let them slow down your projects. These resources can help you reduce change order turnaround.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit 3 “Automate to Operate”
The habit that best-in-class owners of capital projects have figured out is to automate as much of the things that steal their time as possible so they can reapply their time.
Blueprint for Successful Forecasting
Cost forecasting can act as an early warning sign for when your projects are veering off course. Follow these simple steps to get a clear picture, at any point of a project, what the cost to complete
Get in Front of Your Project with Accurate Cost Forecasting
A cost forecast model is a tool that can launch a dialogue about the impact of change orders or where costs can be cut to accommodate new requests.
Three Easy Ways to Reduce Change Orders
An unexpectedly high number of change orders on a construction project can quickly exhaust contingency funds, delay the schedule and increase project costs. Learn how to reduce change orders.
Change Orders: Systemic Challenges in Construction
This white paper discusses change management as an organizational objective, with a focus on tools to address and focus efforts on impacts to the scope, schedule, quality and cost of the project.
Why Change Orders Are Your Fault with University of Virginia
University of Virginia discovered that their paper based change order process was opening them up to cost surprises in the late stages of their construction projects. Watch this webinar to learn how
Reduced Pay Status by 30+ Days at Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority
Hear Manda Metzger, Project Manager, describe how they're using e-Builder to manage everything from processes to payment applications to change orders and RFIs. In addition to seeing a huge leap in ac
Stay on Schedule with Automated Change Orders