CE 460 Chapter 11

CE 460 Chapter 11 - CE 460 Lecture Chapter 11 Project Time...

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CE 460 Lecture Chapter 11 Project Time Management “SCHEDULING”
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SCHEDULING One of the most important aspects of construction management Like putting together puzzle pieces Methods include Bar Chart CPM – Critical Path Method PERT Primavera (Computer based combining CPM/PERT)
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Critical Path Method A project management system that provides a basis for informed decision making on projects of any size
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Key Terms Job Logic – Established order of construction operations Restraints – Practical Limitations of one sort or another that can influence or control the start of certain activities
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Symbols in Scheduling Conventions used to portray network activities Precedence Notation – each activity as a rectangular box Excavation Foundations Site Work Arrow Notation – Shows the path between activities
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Definitions Logical Loop – Activity followed by an activity that has already been accomplished. Completely illogical.
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2009 for the course CE 460 taught by Professor Koffman during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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