CPM Scheduling for Federal Projects

To deliver projects on time and within budget, the Federal government requires that construction projects meet stringent scheduling requirements. These requirements vary but usually include activity coding by Bid Item Number (BIDI), Contract Line-Item Number (CLIN), Feature of Work (FOW), Phase, and Type of Work. These requirements also include conversion into an SDEF format so that they can be successfully uploaded on RMS. Schedule settings need to follow recommendations per specifications to total float calculation and schedule milestones are in compliance. HSE will work with your team to add interim milestones and will employ CPM scheduling to define explicit dependencies between different construction activities. This is essential for ensuring that the construction sequence is logical and that all activities are tied together correctly. In addition, CPM scheduling can help to improve accuracy by defining more reliable durations for each construction activity. As a result, CPM scheduling is a valuable tool for managing federal projects nationwide

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Construction Planning and Management (CPM) Scheduling is a commonly used tool in the construction industry, especially for large federal projects. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), United States Coast Guard (USCG), and United States Air Force (USAF) are just a few of the organizations that use CPM scheduling to manage their construction projects. As a result, CPM Scheduling can be an invaluable tool for ensuring that Federal construction projects are completed on time, and within budget. HSE will do the heavy lifting to develop the schedule and will “check all boxes” to ensure schedule acceptance by the reviewing authority.

HSE applies the specific knowledge of Federal construction project sequence and logic ties from what we learned on previous projects to our future work so our clients can see the benefit of hiring an experienced construction scheduling consultant. Our goal is to build the schedule to show the ideal sequence of activities and set up logic ties in a way that would allow the contractor to use the tool to prove entitlement to compensable or excusable delays in future monthly updates.

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