From the perspective of a contractor, a CMP may include items somewhat different from an owner’s CMP. A contractor will need a CMP to use as a guide for its construction operations involving; methodologies, construction activities involved, material supplies, equipment requirements, manpower requirements & management, logistics, cashflow, costs, profits and avoidance or mitigation of risks.

The contractor being the author of the project schedule, it might be easy for incorporation of the schedule into the CMP for maintaining homogeneity of the two documents.