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Test the constructability of a design

December 20, 2018

Performance Benchmarking Blog Part 10: Test the constructability of a design

Did you know? A formal and thorough review of the constructability that involves all project players has been shown to provide a tenfold return on the investment in both time and cost.SCOPE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE:
A thorough technical review of the constructability of project designs is completed for each project.

The industry has long-recognized the value of investing in up-front planning.

A formal and thorough review of the constructability that involves all project players has been shown to provide a tenfold return on the investment in both time and cost.

The impact on quality, safety, rework and productivity are all positive when the connection between the way it is designed and the way it is built is improved. Recent increases in the rate of adoption of digital technologies is allowing us to do this more efficiently, with design reviews for clash detection and simulation of building sequences for execution as obvious examples.

The Construction Industry Institute has been promoting the benefits of constructability reviews for decades to improve project performance for all project participants. It has been proven beneficial, even if performed only as an internal review by builders.

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