We provide project managers and construction teams with trusted information to inform scheduling, design refinements and budgets for projects
Our range of reports, supported by world leading science, help you to be prepared and have insight into potential delays. Having this information to hand informs how many days of potential downtime you might expect during a project, so you can make the necessary refinements to schedules, designs and budgets.
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Planning average reports provide you with the average expected weather conditions for a given month. Looking over a 30 year period we can provide a clear picture of what seasonal norms you can expect at your site during your project.
The 1-in-10 year values and Long Term Averages provide a tool to help you identify potential downtime during a contract period enabling you to develop contingency plans and negotiate realistic contracts.
We can help you understand the potential impacts of weather and climate change on your planning, resources and assets. Meaning you can prepare and adapt to reduce costs and increase efficiency. Here are just a few of the bespoke climate solutions we offer:
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Last updated: 23 October 2015
A significant problem in many construction contracts is the inherent subjectivity in judging to what extent a weather event is exceptionally adverse. Read more....
Weather impacts all stages of a construction project. During the planning phase, project managers need to understand what weather conditions they should expect on site as well as any ways in which the likely future weather and climate will influence build
A particular challenge for the construction industry is ensuring that the weather information contractors incorporate into planning and post-project phases reflects as closely as possible the actual conditions expected or experienced onsite.
Weather and climate services for the construction industry