Dunlap Keeps Your Construction Schedule On Track

In construction, there’s a fair amount of unpredictability. And unfortunately, that unpredictability often costs money. As industry veterans, we’ve learned to cope with these issues by planning well and controlling the parts of the process we can. One of the biggest budget busters we try to avoid is letting the construction schedule get off track. Proper scheduling allows us to get your project done on time while also utilizing some flexibility to handle any issues that come up. Let’s learn more about the importance of this process.

Developing The Construction Schedule

We handle the scheduling during our pre-construction process, which means it happens before we even break ground! We spend significant time going over the details of the project and come up with a step-by-step plan that leads to a successful outcome. Some things to consider during this time are:

  • Order of installations
  • Long lead time materials
  • Possible weather issues
  • Subcontractor scheduling
  • Vendor deliveries

The resulting schedule includes a detailed plan and  important milestones to ensure the project stays on track.

What If Unexpected Delays Occur?

As a contractor with over 40 years of experience in the business, we know that not everything runs smoothly even with the best-laid plans. That’s why we build flexibility into the schedule to handle a material delay or a part of the process that is taking longer than expected. What’s more, we are often able to move tasks around to fill gaps in the schedule if needed. As a result, your project can usually be finished on the original timeline. 

It takes many years of practice to become well-versed in construction scheduling because there are so many moving parts and possibilities for delay. Choosing an experienced contractor is the best way to avoid a project nightmare due to poor scheduling. When you work with Dunlpa, you can rest easy, knowing that we’ve got it handled. Are you ready to get started with your next project? Contact Dunlap today to discuss. 

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