Our major focus at Clarion is to help you get projects Managed. High quality project management is a critical component of any successful project. At Clarionttech, we take great pride in our commitment to this service.

Basics about our Project Scheduling, a high –quality Critical Path Method (PM schedule) is a critical component of any successful project. At Clarionttech we take pride in our commitment to this core service. With experience ranging from civil to civil to industrial to IT, Clarion is expertly positioned to create CPM schedules that exceed expectations.

Clarionttech expert schedulers have developed design, pre-bid, coordination, and baseline and integrated master schedules.  Our specialized approach to scheduling combines generally accepted accounting principles with CPM scheduling expertise to result in highly accurate and sophisticated cost loaded schedules. We routinely produce Owner and Subcontractor payment applications and ensure that the costs billed in the schedule matches our client’s financial systems, including both internal and external change orders.  Clarionttech is completely proficient with cost loaded schedules from the inception of the project through completion.

Accurate and proper updating of the project schedule is an essential step in monitoring any project. There are many facets to properly updating a project schedule including: inputting accurate as built data; reflecting accurate percentages of completion; ensuring that the schedule logic comports with the contractors planned sequence of construction and project requirements and the identification of potential issues. For every update we will:

         Maintain a realistic schedule for management and field planning.
         Ensure that progress shown is accurately depicted in terms of physical progress, costs and resources.
         Ensure that the schedule meets the specification requirement, internal project requirements and good schedule practices.
         Provide real-time feedback to the project team on past, on-going and prospective risks.

At Clarionttech service, we recognize that our clients’ time is limited, so we work hard to ensure that the updates process focuses on results, not preparation, we are unique in our leverage of technology to assist with scheduling and we have created innovative technology products to help schedulers.

Our services include detailed CPM scheduler’s reviews, including for constructability, specification compliance and good scheduling practice. We have also provided schedule reviews to determine the accuracy of the schedule as it relates to the construction drawings and the progress of field crews.



There is a significant difference between OPM3 and PMO. Organizational Project management focuses more on how decisions would be guided by the organizations existing project governance and to make sure projects meets the organizations strategic goals while Project Management Office (PMO) centralizes and standardized the management of project. The PMO takes several forms

Supportive: A supportive PMO provides the policies, methodologies templates and lessons learned for managing projects within the organization. It typically exercises a low level of control over projects

Controlling: A controlling PMO provides and guidance in the organization on how to manage projects, trains others in project management and project management software, assist with specific project management tools and ensures compliance to the organizations practices. It typically has a moderate level of control over projects

Directive: A directive PMO provides project managers for different projects and is responsible for the results of those projects; all projects, or projects of a certain size, type or influence are managed by this office. A directive PMO has a high level of control over projects.



Just as we have talked about Project, Program and Portfolio. How are these practices different from organizational project management, or OPM? OPM essentially serve as a guide or driver for these and other organizational practices. It is a framework for keeping the organization as a whole focused on the overall strategy. OPM provides direction of how portfolios, programs and projects, and other organizational work should be prioritized, managed, executed and measured to best achieve the strategic goals.

A key point to understand is that all efforts in the organization, whether they are part of project, program, portfolio, operational work should be guided by and in turn support the organizational strategic goals. These means that any changes to the organizational strategy will necessitate changes to the organizational portfolios, programs, projects both ongoing efforts and future initiatives.