While capital project deliverables in construction can vary, there are several deliverables you are likely to come across. Here is a comprehensive list.
Common reasons why construction projects fail include gaps in communication and alignment, late or insufficient planning, change orders, and scope creep.
Learn about the components and steps involved in the capital project closeout report and how an EPC contractor can help validate the process.
Learn more about project safety plans for construction and how to develop one for your capital project to ensure the safety of your construction crew.
3D laser scanning for construction is the process of capturing and mapping the 3D geometry of existing site infrastructure and existing plant conditions.
Create an effective safety plan by implementing extra hazardous work construction risk management methods to minimize injury risks in capital projects.
Project safety management is an essential pillar of project management—it can help prevent safety instances by eliminating or mitigating potential risks.
Implementing supply chain management in construction can reduce procurement times and ensure timely deliveries of materials and equipment.
Establishing a well-defined project scope in front-end planning can help capital project owners more efficiently navigate the time-cost-quality trade-off.
Follow these best practices to reduce rework in construction that can impact productivity, delay your capital project schedule, and increase costs.
Understanding the pros and cons of on-site vs. off-site construction and determining capital project constraints can help you determine the optimal choice.
Cost predictability in construction significantly influences a capital project’s outcome. Follow these best practices for more accurate cost estimates.
Learn more about the key aspects and challenges of material management in construction as well as best practices to follow for capital project success.
When developing construction risk profiles, there are several important risk factors to consider, including schedule, location, and safety concerns.