A well planned and formalised schedule is as important as the cost plan. The scheduling of the work should ideally start with the design phase and continue through construction. The schedule, to be effective, is developed by consulting with everyone involved in the project. Monitoring and reporting the progress of the work against the planned schedule allows us to identify areas of concern to avoid or reduce possible delays.

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On completed projects, we can, using the information available, recreate the project schedule. This is normally done to detect responsibility for delays and associated costs.
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