HCP Deep Schedule Analysis Report

With an HCP Deep Schedule Analysis™ report in your hands, you will be able to dramatically improve project management, reduce risk and save millions on your construction or infrastructure project.

The HCP Deep Schedule Analysis report condenses into a single document a wealth of critical information you need to know about your project schedule.

The first section of the report is an executive summary containing a unique Project Success Expectation graph, which presents a high-level, at-a-glance assessment of the integrity and robustness of the project schedule. The second section contains a detailed Schedule Integrity Analysis, in which important errors and inconsistencies are detailed. The third and final section, HCP Critical Path Analysis, reveals crucial information hidden deep within the project – information you cannot get anywhere else.

For most projects, the most valuable information in the report can be found in the final section, HCP Critical Path Analysis. Here, you will find previously-hidden critical paths and the crucial activities/tasks within them. Managing a project without focusing on these highlighted paths and activities is taking on an unnecessary and dangerous amount of risk

Table of Contents

The following sections are included in every HCP Deep Analysis report:

1. Executive Summary
1.1. Key Schedule and Analysis Statistics
1.2. Project Success Expectation
1.3. Schedule Integrity Analysis Highlights
1.4. HCP Critical Path Analysis Highlights

2. Schedule Integrity Analysis Report
2.1. Schedule Integrity Overview
2.2. Activities Unlinked to Successors
2.3. Start-to-Finish (SF) Links
2.4. Activities with Predated Successors
2.5. Activities with Calendar Inconsistencies
2.6. Overdue Activities
2.7. Summary Activities with Link Issues

3. HCP Critical Path Analysis Report
3.1. HCP Critical Path Analysis Overview
3.2. Activities in the HCP Critical Paths
3.3. Opportunities for Bringing Forward the Schedule's End Date
3.4. Overlapping Activities in the HCP Critical Paths
3.5. Activities in the HCP Near-critical Paths
3.6. Difficult-to-Track Activities
3.7. Unstarted (Overdue) Paths
3.8. Identified HCP Paths
3.9. Redundant HCP Paths
3.10. Enhanced Schedule File

Sample HCP Deep Analysis Report

The best way to understand what you gain from having an HCP Deep Analysis report on your project is to perform it yourself on your project schedule now, and receive a free introductory analysis on your current project. The second best way to understand the value of this report is to take a look at a sample HCP Deep Analysis report.