“When will the cash demands peak on this project?” Developers share this common dilemma whether they’re building the next high rise, casino, or data center.
Construction duration affects time to market. Penalties (and incentives) are often used to motivate faster results. Payment schedules are essential to funding the contractors. But down payments, retainers, milestones, and progress payments are created to positively influence their performance.
In turn owner’s engineers, cost consultants, and estimators on both sides of the table are often forced to evaluate a myriad of scenarios before settling on the most attractive business model.
We often hear from companies who need a quick, easy way to see their estimate spread over the life of the construction project. The idea being that only after they see the cost broken down on a monthly basis can they truly understand the impact of the various payment options.
If this sounds familiar, it’s time to consider Eos Navigator’s new cashflow report.
Watch our short informational video to learn how the cashflow report could work for you.
With the cashflow report, you can:
- Use Microsoft Excel to produce a presentation quality client deliverable.
- Easily spread estimate item and addon costs across the project schedule.
- Modify the cost distribution to reflect real expenses or milestone payments.
- Produce a compelling spending curve.
Bring order to the madness by managing your preconstruction estimates using Eos Navigator’s new cashflow report.
Please visit our Eos Navigator webpage for more information or contact us to learn more about the new features planned for Eos Navigator 2.4, which is currently scheduled for release on July 30, 2020.
You can also learn more by attending our Overview of Eos Navigator webinar scheduled for July 30 at 11:00 am PST. The webinar offers a look at the new features in our upcoming release.
Look for our next blog post where we’ll discuss Eos Navigator’s ability to export data to Oracle’s Primavera P6.