Cost and Schedule Management

We help our clients develop accurate, reliable cost-loaded project schedules.

Every project has specific expectations as to cost, duration and outcomes. By establishing a realistic schedule at the start of a project, organizations dramatically increase the probability of their project meeting and exceeding expectations.

Management Solutions works with our clients to develop itemized, resource-loaded project schedules that are realistic in logic and duration, and constructed using industry best practices, to help them better plan and manage their projects. Our team of experts also can provide regular updates to project schedules and then after evaluating the data, facilitate discussion as to project status and progress relative to time and cost.

Examples of our work

We have extensive experience helping clients build and manage project schedules. Recent projects include:

  • Supporting a U.S. power company with baseline schedules and status updates for a multi-site environmental remediation project
  • Providing construction scheduling expertise for a large mechanical contractor on a complex VA hospital project
  • Supporting a DOE prime contractor with cost and scheduling support on a $2 billion dollar environmental cleanup and remediation project


We take a highly disciplined approach, focused on executing the right tasks, at the right time, to deliver the right returns.




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  • MGP Remediation Project

    The Challenge:  Our client was a consulting firm tasked with managing the remediation of multiple Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) sites for a third party end customer. The end customer required the consultant to coordinate and keep track of thousands of contractor activities that were occurring in various sites and various stages of each site’s project…

  • E&E Manufacturing Expansion

    The Challenge: Our client was a commercial construction contractor that needed support in prioritizing the areas of work on a 76,000 square foot facility expansion for an automotive parts manufacturer. The primary issue for our client was the lack of a true critical path on the project schedule. The project included areas of slippage that could…

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