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    Delivering Project Insight

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    Project Controls Professionals

    Delivering Project Insight

What is project controls?

Project controls is part of project management that provides better control of projects based on analytical insights. Effective project controls tools and techniques lead to successful projects.

Primaned Belgium is specialized in project controls and recognizes four different process groups within this domain.

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More inspiration

After our Project Controls Inspiration Day we want to keep inspiring you on project controls. Read our blog to get the latest insights.

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We are hiring!

Primaned Belgium has the following job opportunities:

  • (Junior) Project Controls Engineer

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Our Expertise

Primaned Belgium has extensive experience with several proven tools and techniques with project controls.

Integrated Scheduling &

Our Project Controls Engineers are highly skilled in drafting and following project schedules (in Primavera P6 or MS Project) for integrated projects and tenders.


Lean scheduling stimulates the commitment of the planning by actively involving the executors in the planning process.

Enterprise Resource &
Capacity Planning

By implementing enterprise Project Management (EPM) tools, our clients can optimally plan their scarce resources across all projects.

Earned Value

We have extensive experience in implementing EVM. Thanks to EVM, companies succeed in making a correct and integrated progress analysis in terms of time and money.

Cost / Schedule Risk

By performing probabilistic analyses (with Monte Carlo simulation), we ensure that schedules and cost estimates become robust for risks and uncertainties.

Time & Space

Timetable diagrams (with Tilos) and 4D Planning (e.g. Synchro) provide insights into potential conflicts by visualizing the project planning in space.

Schedule Delay

As project controls specialists, we also support our client for possible claims through good project management and various Schedule Delay Analysis techniques.

Reporting &

Thanks to powerful Business Intelligence (BI) reports and dashboards, we bring to-the-point project controls insights into the right format to the decision-maker.

Primaned envisions a world where projects will create more value for all parties involved. We want to pursue this vision by delivering project insight through state-of-the-art tools and techniques. It is our aim to be the quality reference in project controls and a trusted partner of our clients.


Our enthusiastic team wants to inform you about project controls.

How to overcome field disconnect in construction planning?

Do you also feel that sometimes project scheduling is a theoretical exercise that has little to no connection with the actual field work on site? Many site managers and field workers currently have this feeling and show low commitment to whatever a planning engineer produces.

As planning professionals, we surprisingly agree with this premise. Being self-critical, this situation, which we will call field disconnect, is arguably the biggest issue we face in construction planning nowadays.

In this blog post, we will analyze how we ended up in this situation, but more importantly how we believe it should be fixed.

Stijn Van de Vonderby Stijn Van de Vonder

Planning and weather : an introduction

A time schedule might be set up with the utmost care. It can be of top quality and resulting from the collaboration of whole teams of experienced professionals. Several working methods might have been studied and historical production rates analysed and amended for the new project. Actual performance will be very close to the initial baseline, won’t it? Of course, you know where I am going with this, especially because you know the title of this blogpost ?.

Gert Truyensby Gert Truyens

Planning for disaster

In times of disaster, we tend to call in force majeure on our projects, and therefore, keep our hands off. Stating no-one could foresee the possibility and impact of said force majeure, we cannot handle it within our project objectives of scope/time/cost. Both employer and contractor will take their responsibility and take a piece of the incurred damages. But can’t we plan for disaster? Are there established principles to do so?

Niels Ligtvoetby Niels Ligtvoet

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