Forensic planning is the process of understanding delays which have occurred in construction programme periods. Forensic planning is usually required due to legal action being taken by either party of the contract.
Therefore, forensic planning service from CPM enables clients to understand delays that occurred during a construction programme period and evaluates whether those delays were foreseeable and avoidable.
All construction contracts will have a commencement and completion date, therefore allowing a construction programme to be formulated detailing when activities will take place. Construction projects can be delayed due to a number of varying circumstances; these often include:
CPM performs all of the project management planning tasks required to deliver your project on time and within budget. Planning is the most important document in the project, as it provides the clear picture during the design & construction phase whether they are on track or otherwise.
- Inadequate information
- Contractor failures
- Variations [in specification and design]
- Poor communication
- Financial issues