Baltic Pipe - Denmark
A 70km cross-country gas pipeline in Denmark.
Planning and Scheduling is an essential tool to ensure your project is a success. Identifying all the required steps in your project process, splitting them into defined activities and logically arranging them helps you to figure out the required materials, resources and equipment.
We offer project planning services to ensure that project programmes are accurate and updated to reflect the current status of the works.
Proper updating of programmes allows the impact of issues such as variations and compensation events to be firmly established or forecast in detail.
We recommend that our commercial support is employed alongside planning resource as our teams are experienced in working closely together, providing highly effective integrated solutions.
Our planners are familiar with all of the major methods of delay analysis as described in the Society of Construction Law Delay and Disruption Protocol, including:
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