Frequently asked questions
Why is Construction Readiness Critical?
Who uses the Construction Readiness Assessment?
When is the Construction Readiness Assessment used in the project lifecycle?
The Construction Readiness Assessment can be used at any point during the Execution phase of a project, including:
- Detail Design – as a checklist to identify factors that need early attention.
- Pre-Construction – to identify any missing readiness factors and focus on action items that will help ensure the project reaches the desired readiness level.
- Early Construction – to ensure that readiness is sustained with any late construction work packages.
To achieve best results, the first Construction Readiness Assessment in any project is recommended to be conducted starting at the 60% design review during Detailed Design phase.
How is the Construction Readiness Assessment structured?
Where does the Construction Readiness Assessment originate?
Can any company use the Construction Readiness Assessment?
Yes! The Construction Readiness Assessment is an open industry standard for assessing construction readiness. The Construction Industry Institute is committed to sharing their best practices. CII works with their Registered Providers to help both CII members and the general public learn and implement their tools and best practices.
How can Valency help?
We offer a wide range of services to assist organizations in getting started with the Construction Readiness Assessment, growing your implementation, and standardizing as a best practice across your organization. Our solution offering includes:
Valency is a Registered Education Provider with CII and PMI and offers educational modules including PDRI principles & practices, implementation best practices and facilitation training.
Third-party Facilitation Services
Our team of expert facilitators are veterans in industrial, building and infrastructure projects.
To learn more Valency’s solution offering, please contact us.