BY JAMIE HENDRIXSON
At the beginning of any challenging task, the magnitude of what needs to be accomplished can seem daunting. Take for instance this article. I am a landscape architect, not a writer, so the thought of putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) to write this article seemed like a big task. In order to fully articulate the scope of the article, I created my main points on an outline. The outline broke down the article into smaller, seemingly more achievable parts.
Project phasing works in much the same way. Many owners can feel slightly overwhelmed by the magnitude of what needs to be done, especially when multiple projects need to happen over a period of time. It is not uncommon for project funding to also come in phases, so phasing the work on the project can help make the best use of money that is currently available. With these things in mind, let’s explore some key considerations for project phasing.