Introduction the Construction Readiness Assessment
Construction projects have always faced pressure to begin early mobilization of the construction phase which can result in out-of-sequence work leading to cost and schedule overruns.
The decision to proceed with construction requires a standard, objective process that easily identifies the gaps that must be addressed to achieve construction readiness and supports the decision of when to move forward.
The Construction Readiness Assessment is a methodology developed by the Construction Industry Institute (CII). It is used for monitoring project health, preventing premature construction starts, and avoiding out-of-sequence work.
CII’s research shows that construction-ready projects outperform projects that are not ready with 20% better cost performance and 22% better schedule performance.
This white paper provides an introduction to the Construction Readiness Assessment. It answers many of the most common questions including:
- What is the Construction Readiness Assessment?
- Who uses the assessment?
- How do projects benefit?
- How can organizations get started?
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If you are looking for a good overview of the methodology, start with this white paper.