Construction Readiness Assessment
A game-changer to guide project teams in achieving construction readiness with confidence
Integrate the Construction Readiness Methodology into your existing project plan ensuring a productive start of construction.
Get started by taking our virtual training course: Construction Readiness Principles & Practices
What is Construction Readiness?
Construction projects face pressure to begin construction early because at least one stakeholder stands to benefit from an early start.
As a result, many projects start construction too early, leading to out-of-sequence work. When it occurs, 74% of these projects experience significant productivity loss, leading to cost and schedule overruns.
Project teams need a standard and objective process to easily identify the gaps that must be addressed to achieve readiness.
The Construction Readiness Assessment (CRA)
The Construction Industry Institute (CII) defines construction readiness as “activities and procedures that should be completed prior to construction to productively start and sustain construction operations”.
Over the past five years, CII’s research and development has focused on helping project teams prevent premature construction starts and out-of-sequence work.
Valency has developed Carve for Construction Readiness as a key implementation resource to help organizations apply the findings from CII’s research and clearly identify whether or not a project is construction ready.
If you are new to the Construction Readiness Assessment and looking for a good overview of the methodology, start with this white paper.
Construction Readiness Blog
The Construction Readiness Assessment is a game changer in guiding project teams to ensuring a productive start to construction. The challenge is getting the project team to a full day workshop during such a critical time in the project. To promote participation in...
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Demonstrate success to achieve buy-in
Valency works with project teams to integrate the Construction Readiness Methodology into your existing project plan helping to ensure a productive start of construction.
We will work with you to pilot the construction readiness assessment on your first few projects and demonstrate the performance impact of a productive start to construction.
Your early success stories will help you secure buy-in and gain the experience needed to integrate this methodology as a standard practice across your organization.
UPCOMING COURSES & WEBINARS
- Feb 8, 2024 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST at Live Webinar Broadcast
- Mar 20, 2024 @ 10:00 am - Mar 21, 2024 @ 10:00 am EDT at Virtual Classroom
- Mar 25, 2024 @ 10:00 am - Mar 27, 2024 @ 2:00 pm EDT at Virtual Classroom
Carve for Construction Readiness
Carve offers you a simple, graphical interface to easily conduct assessments, analyse results and share action items.
Within the dashboard view, project leaders can monitor the progress of construction readiness assessment scores across all projects within the portfolio.
Objective facilitation promotes team alignment
Construction readiness is more than just a checklist. The assessment process provides an opportunity to improve stakeholder alignment, measure progress and identify risk.
Proper preparation for a session is critical to optimizing results. A key component is the session facilitator.
The facilitator will:
- Prepare and run the session
- Help the team with problem solving
- Be an expert in group dynamics
- Is a neutral party in all discussions
It is critical to select the right facilitator to lead your construction readiness assessment to ensure results are objective and the session is conducted effectively.
Valency can provide you with facilitator training and coaching to promote effective Construction Readiness sessions. Contact us to learn more!