Construction scheduling : principles and practices /

Construction scheduling : principles and practices /
Newitt, Jay S.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : c2009.
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Overview of project management basics -- Why schedule? -- Checklists, daily to-do lists, and magnetic scheduling boards -- Bar chart schedules -- Introduction to CPM scheduling -- Creating the network logic diagram -- Determining durations -- Calculating start and finish dates -- Calculating total, shared, free, independent float, and negative float -- Using lags in network logic diagrams -- Reviewing and analyzing the schedule -- Creating bar charts and tabular reports from network logic diagrams -- Linear or line-of-balance schedules -- Updating the schedule -- Using the schedule to forecast and balance resources -- Cost schedule control system criteria (C/SCSC) -- Creating teamwork and getting subcontractors to conform to the schedule -- Other scheduling techniques -- Introduction to computerized CPM scheduling -- Managing projects using Primavera Project -- Managing projects using SureTrak -- Managing projects using Microsoft Project -- Managing projects using P6 Project Manager or Contractor.

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