Cost Follow up

The cost should be follow up periodically with an agreed period of time to track the project cost and compare it to the estimated cost of the project that was identified through the budget and approved by the owner.

We must follow the paid cost and the cost that is due to others with the time of the purchase orders and contracts of employment. Any deviation gives a snapshot of the position to evaluate the devi­ations at the same time, and then we can expect the total cost at the end of the project.