One of the top reasons for budget overruns and schedule delays on large capital projects is self-performance resource costs—those professional expenses associated with project and construction managers. Yet few program management solutions are equipped to manage self-performance time and cost, which leaves capital program owners to predict professional labor needs with no real benchmark of true needs. Read more above.
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