CNST 361 ch6 - CNST 361 Chapter 6 Creating the Network...

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CNST 361 1-29-08 Chapter 6 - Creating the Network Diagram When creating a schedule for a project, the bid information will identify the schedule requirements to be followed. Often times this will be located in Division 01 - General Requirements. As stated in previous chapter lectures; it is important to get feedback on the networks/ schedules we create prior to issuance for construction. The level of detail associated with a schedule is dependent on a number of variables: Minimize needless detail. Assume that certain parts of the work will be completed along with larger items. The level of detail should be appropriate for the reader/ user of the schedule: Schedule detail should be broken-out by the trade performing the work. Example which illustrates this: We would avoid an activity called ‘Rough MEP’ and instead ID three different activities for ‘Rough HVAC’, ‘Rough Electrical’, and ‘Rough Pluming’. Owners and upper level management within your company may only want larger
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CNST 361 taught by Professor Scigliano during the Winter '08 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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CNST 361 ch6 - CNST 361 Chapter 6 Creating the Network...

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