BRIDGES Interface Management (BRIDGES) reduces risk and cost through identification, tracking and minimisation of causes of delay. BRIDGES Consulting focuses on “hands-on” assistance in delivering four strategic objectives, when and as needed:
PSMJ’s primary BRIDGES objective is training Project Managers and Project Directors, whether they work for Clients, Designers or Contractors, in Interface Management skills. PSMJ also offers consulting services in this new discipline, particularly where:
BRIDGES consulting includes Risk Management, Controlling Construction Cost & Schedule Growth, Constructability Analysis, and other diagnostic methods.
For more information on BRIDGES consulting, contact Bill Parker.
Question 1 answer:
You’d think so. But experience shows it happens rarely. There are two reasons why:
Question 2 answer:
The cost will vary depending on a number of factors:
The best way to determine the cost is to implement a BRIDGES analysis at project start, that will assess the above factors, and can then convert to a fixed fee for service provision. BRIDGES services cannot be estimated on the basis of a % of construction cost.
A better way to assess the cost of BRIDGES is to think about the high risk of no BRIDGES; what the cost in time and money would be if a failure to implement BRIDGES resulted in just one major ‘screw-up’, requiring massive rework. Then consider that a robust BRIDGES program would prevent hundreds of potential screw-ups.
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