Over a period of six years, J.R. Johnson Engineering tracked the project spend for two air quality control projects with total installed costs (TIC’s) of $135MM. We provided monthly reports indicating where money was being spent and why, along with providing actual spend data to forecast. This timely data allowed management to keep construction schedules aligned with budgets and authorize engineering design changes only when absolutely necessary, avoiding costly overruns. Both projects were successfully completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
J.R. Johnson Engineering, Inc. worked closely with contractors to develop a detailed project schedule that included tasks from preconstruction all the way through furnace startup. Once the project started we performed bi-weekly schedule updates and reported the results to the project team. This allowed the project team to foresee potential scheduling issues before they impacted the overall project completion date. The reline was completed successfully and ontime.