Using a Digital LPS Platform to Improve Project Certainty & Predictability

Structuring data at the jobsite level is what drives the predictability of your projects. Hear from George Hunt, CM-Lean, PSP, and a panel of LPS experts as they take a pragmatic approach to put data first and how digitizing your planning process can improve project certainty.

What you’ll learn
  • How teams can minimize variation and avoid costly "stops and starts."
  • The importance of PPC and how to implement its use on the jobsite.
  • How to easily diagnose bottlenecks that cause variances in the schedule.
  • How using a collaborative construction planning tool improves overall project predictability.

Why it Matters:
  • 98% of construction projects suffer cost overruns in excess of 30%
  • 77% of construction projects are late at least 40% of the time
  • 82% of owners cite the need for better collaboration with their contractors
  • Rework typically results in a 9.82% schedule growth
  • 52% of project-related rework is caused by poor project data and miscommunication
  • Up to 30% of initial data created during design and construction is LOST by project closeout
George Hunt, CM-Lean, PSP

Melanie Gilbertson, Director of Production Support at Flintco, LLC
Layne Hess, Corporate Director of Scheduling and planning for Jacobsen Construction
Corrie Neuens, Sr. Project Manager at The Boldt Company
Adam Hoots, Lean Shepherd at Construction ACHE Solutions
Felipe Engineer-Manriquez, CEO & Host of The EBFC Show

Accessible anytime, anywhere

Align job site data from daily field plans and the external schedule with collaboration tools and dashboards that greatly improve communication, productivity, risk and safety.

Handle change, mitigate risk

"A solution that bridges the gap between the master schedule and daily plan can provide a huge advantage."

- Nathan Thompson, Scheduling Manager for Lee Kennedy Company

Master schedule, meet field plan

By collaboratively managing project controls, more commitments are met, more projects stay on budget, ahead of schedule, and ultimately, in the end, people’s lives are made better.

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