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Basics Construction Scheduling

Author/EditorBielefield, Bert (Author)
Publisher: Birkhauser
ISBN: 9783764388737
Pub Date17/10/2008
BindingHardback
Pages83
Dimensions (mm)220(h) * 155(w)
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In a world of tight time frames and highly interdependent processes, scheduling is an indispensable prerequisite for successful project implementation. It is the duty of the architect to manage all the project participants in a goal-oriented manner and to call for their results when the time is right. For this reason, a systematic schedule of target dates, adapted to a project's sequences and workflows, is a necessary tool for the day-to-day management and monitoring of complex construction projects.

Topics:



Organizing the planning and construction process The basics of scheduling Goal-oriented presentation formats and levels of detail Developing a schedule Using schedules in the real world

In a world of tight time frames and highly interdependent processes, scheduling is an indispensable prerequisite for successful project implementation. It is the duty of the architect to manage all the project participants in a goal-oriented manner and to call for their results when the time is right. For this reason, a systematic schedule of target dates, adapted to a project's sequences and workflows, is a necessary tool for the day-to-day management and monitoring of complex construction projects.

Topics:



Organizing the planning and construction process The basics of scheduling Goal-oriented presentation formats and levels of detail Developing a schedule Using schedules in the real world

Dr.-Ing. Bert Bielefeld is a practicing architect and owner of the architecture firm bertbielefeld architekten.

Table of Contents: Foreword Introduction Organizing the Planning and Construction Process Coordinating Schedule Development Coordinating the Pre-Implementation Phase Coordinating the Construction Process Preparing a Schedule Components of a Schedule Presentation Formats Levels of Detail Preparing an Overall Schedule Structure of a Project-Oriented Schedule The Participant's Activities Scheduling Activity Durations Scheduling Workflows Working with a Schedule Updating and Maintaining a Schedule Usability in the Everyday Work Environment Disruptions to the Construction Process Making Up for Disruptions Scheduling as Documentation of the Process Closing Remarks Appendix

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