Mastering the sprint finish of major construction projects.
Major construction projects are, on average, delivered one year behind schedule and 30 percent over budget. On many large industrial projects, high levels of complexity create productivity bottlenecks that can slow work to a crawl.
This is especially true when a project is 70 percent complete or more. By this late stage, commissioning teams and operations teams are both in play; scope carryover is accumulating between successive stages of a multiyear project; physical worksites are becoming more congested; and earned progress is tailing off (as bulk construction slows toward the final completion point).