One question occupies decision-makers from start to finish: How much is the project going to cost? COOR provides the answer using a traffic light system that signals the status of budget items and sends warnings as soon as order or invoice values exceed the budget. In addition, drill-down functions are available from the total sum to cost groups to detailed items.
Consider dynamic cost forecasts:
Budget values (including changes)
Order values (main orders and supplements)
Supplements under review (evaluated)
Expected supplements (valued) Provisions for additional / reduced costs
Chances and risks
To withstand stresses, cost forecasts must take into account all the dynamics and uncertainties of construction implementation. Experience values in the form of provisions, reserves or risks contribute to this, as does professional supplement management. And, of course, evaluations of the actual performance status and information on any additional or reduced costs are included.