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CM at Risk (CMAR): Pros & Cons of Construction Management at Risk Delivery Method

Construction management at risk, also known as CM at Risk or CMAR, is a construction management approach that’s been gaining popularity. But that doesn’t mean CM at risk is right for you as there are pros and cons to this innovative approach. What Is Construction Management at Risk? Learn more.

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Can’t-Miss Product Update: Risk Management, Recurring Tasks & More Features to Manage Risks at Scale

Among this release’s hundreds of product updates, we wanted to highlight two that our business edition subscribers and above can access: risk management and recurring tasks. Manage Risks to Avoid Unexpected Project Impacts. Use risk management to identify and respond to project risks in one place.


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15 Free IT Project Management Templates for Excel, Word & More

IT teams plan hardware and software installations, upgrades and rollouts, and the tools they use are specific to working with infrastructure, information systems and computers. These IT project management templates are essential to get those jobs done properly. Try these 15 free IT project management templates today.

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Project Documentation: 10 Essential Project Documents

Project managers know the importance of having project documentation. Creating and managing project documentation throughout the project life cycle is critical for project success, but where to start? The term project documentation refers to the project management documents that are created throughout the project life cycle.

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What Is a Construction Site? Site Planning and Site Inspection 101

Let’s take a closer look at this often-neglected side of construction project management. Project management software helps you take this data and organize it. ProjectManager has Gantt charts that help you plan, manage and track construction projects. This is where all the work takes place, and that work can be very dangerous.

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General Conditions in Construction: Definitions & Best Practices

If you’re a general contractor working in construction project management, you’ll need to know about general conditions. Then there are the project costs, in which general conditions offer infrastructure and resources for the general contractor and trade subcontractors to complete all project phases. We’ll get to that later.

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Project Management Process Groups: A Quick Guide

To keep to your schedule and manage costs, you need to gather and process project data throughout the five PMBOK project management groups. What Are the 5 PMBOK Project Management Process Groups? Project managers use the five project management phases to structure projects and lead them from beginning to end.

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