Integrated Cost and Schedule Control helps project professionals to clearly define project scope and build a cost and schedule against that scope. Our Project Controls professionals develop, track, assess and utilize project status information in order to successfully meeting your project objectives.
Project Controls starts with the planning stages of your project. We will clearly define and identify the scope of your project and develop the associated schedule and cost estimates to complete the work.
Cost & Schedule Control
Our project control experts have extensive experience in developing and tailoring master cost and schedule management procedures that provide a global view of related, concurrent projects. These procedures facilitate efficient retrieval of global and individual sub-project information to produce integrated project and sub-project progress reporting.
Earned Value Management
Duvana Group offers a complete range of EVM consulting services for the entire project life cycle. From proposal preparation and management system gap analysis to mock compliance review or contractor self-assessments and third party validations.
As projects progress, our team works with the entire project team to regularly assess the scope of the project that has been completed, as well as the status and forecasts for the Cost and Schedule portions.
Status updates are then compared against the baseline to determine if the project is performing as planned, or is ahead or behind in terms of cost and schedule. Trends in project performance are tracked and analyzed. We provide Cost and Schedule Control for a wide range of projects and a wide array of clients ranging from large government organization to small 8A firms. We work with PMs to help monitor and control project progress and proactively identify potential issues. This allows the PM to focus on technical issues and client relations. We deliver PM and upper management visibility into project status and issues, as well as provide a structure for strategic planning and management