Finally, Scheduling from an Owner's Perspective

Consider the challenge: Capital Improvement Programs

Projects are continually being delivered months and oftentimes more than a year behind schedule. With a multitude of disparate scheduling tools, you know it is almost impossible to track common scheduling milestones against each major project phase -planning, design, permitting, procurement, construction, and occupancy-, which is what the organization desperately requires to accurately predict their capital spending.

What do you do when asked to provide reports on the status of each project in your portfolio -including a cash flow analysis?
With a single consolidated schedule program that is easily accessible to those who need it, projects are no longer vulnerable to productivity gaps and disrupted timelines.

Learn how to recognize, prepare and avoid these risks with reliable and efficient solutions that can give you the integrated, full scheduling visibility to drive better planning and decision-making across all your projects.

Some of the topics covered were:

  • Getting past your fear - User-friendly and intuitive interfaces
  • Managing CIP - Tracking and linking schedule performance to budget items
  • End-to-end Construction life cycle scheduling and reporting
  • Global tasks - Ease of reporting across the portfolio: Planning, design, procurement, construction, and closeout.

Don’t miss this opportunity! Unfiltered, unedited live recording of the Connecting Construction Podcast.
Out host Evan Hill and industry experts guests:

Christopher Haite
Managing Civil Engineer
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago

Joe Poskie
Director of Product Management
e-Builder, a Trimble Company

Roger Newman
Product Manager
e-Builder, a Trimble company

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