The Role of Inventory Cycle Count in Construction Management
The Role of Inventory Cycle Count in Construction Management

The Role of Inventory Cycle Count in Construction Management

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An inventory cycle count is a tried and tested strategy in managing construction inventory that involves counting a specific subset of its entirety on a particular date, at a particular time, consistently, and repeating intervals. Also referred to as cycle count and cycle counting, the inventory cycle count, is a reliable way of tracking inventory and determining overall inventory value.
For example, suppose you own general contractor business. In that case, you might inventory all your building materials at your headquarters every 15th day of the month and your construction tools and equipment at your central warehouse every first week of a new quarter. This is what creating an inventory count schedule looks like.
Construction inventory counting is a fusion of art and science, and you and your construction team will get better and faster in conducting these cycle counts over time.

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