The accuracy of the information, with which "Go/No Go" business
decisions are predicated upon, will ultimately define a project's justification and level
of success. For that reason, it is our view that the cost estimate is a key element
of a well conceived, managed, and completed project.
Depending on the level of project definition, we support our clients with cost
estimating capabilities at different decision points throughout the project life cycle:
Useful for any number of strategic
business planning purposes. Without the benefit of detailed scope definition,
documents ranging between 0% and 15% of full project definition, we can arrive at an
approximate probable cost for different project types.
are used for
establishing budgets or construction forecasting. A higher order estimate requiring
documents between 10% to 40% of full project scope definition.
Used as the final control baseline against
which vendor bids and all actual costs and resources are monitored against budget.
This estimate is prepared from documents at a level of between 50% to 100% of full project
Other ways we support our clients: