New Zealand


  • Type: White paper
  • Date: 11/07/2014

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Harriet Dempsey


Associate Director - Project Advisory

Effective reporting for construction projects 

In this paper, we discuss how implementing an effective project reporting system can increase project success. We provide guidance on how to produce useful and easy to understand reports.
Project Effective Reporting
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Learn about:

  1. The elements of an effective project reporting system;
  2. How to determine the relevance and purpose of information to be reported;
  3. How to produce useful reports that are easy to understand;
  4. Report formats, timing and distribution.


Owners and developers of projects need access to accurate, real-time progress information that is presented in a concise and meaningful way. Effective project reporting helps them react to market dynamics, build relationships with external stakeholders, and make informed and efficient decisions about their projects.


By applying some of the key elements outlined in this paper, your organisation will be better prepared to deal with project issues, risks and challenges. The aim is to help you assess your project reporting systems, and address any existing deficiencies.


For more information on how effective project reporting systems can increase the likelihood of your project success, please contact Gina Barlow or Harriet Dempsey.


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