Construction Scheduling

Construction Scheduling : Principles and Practices

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For undergraduate and graduate level Construction Scheduling and Project Management courses. This text is a comprehensive, stand alone reference for project scheduling. It includes complete coverage of scheduling from the basics to advanced applications along with a detailed tutorial on the four most popular software programs--Primavera Project Planner (P3), SureTrak, P3e/c, and Microsoft Project. Having scheduling information and software instructions in one book obviates the need for two texts, and the exercises and examples in the scheduling portion are tied to the same exercises in the software portions.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 432 pages
  • 192 x 236 x 22mm | 861.84g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0131133373
  • 9780131133372

Table of contents

1. Review of Project Management Basics. 2. Why Schedule? 3. Checklists, Daily To-Do Lists, & Magnetic Scheduling Boards. 4. Bar Chart Schedules. 5. Introduction to CPM Scheduling. 6. Creating the Network Logic Diagram. 7. Determining Durations. 8. Calculating Start & Finish Dates. 9. Calculating Total, Shared, Free, Independent Float, and Negative Float. 10. Using Lags In Network Logic Diagrams. 11. Reviewing and Analyzing the Schedule. 12. Creating Bar Charts and Tabular Reports from Network Logic Diagrams. 13. Linear Schedules. 14. Updating the Schedule. 15. Using the Schedule to Forecast and Balance Resources. 16. Cost Schedule Control System Criteria (C/SCSC). 17. Creating Teamwork and to Getting Subcontractors to Conform to the Schedule. 18. Other Scheduling Techniques. 19. Introduction to Computerized CPM Scheduling. 20. Managing Projects Using Primavera Project Planner. 21. Managing Projects Using SureTrak. 22. Managing Projects Using Microsoft Project. 23. Managing Projects P3e/c.show more

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"This is the most comprehensive scheduling book that I have read and would be the one I would choose as a text at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The added chapters provide the additional knowledge that is necessary but not provided by other texts. Bravo for the fire work." -- Charles Glagola, University of Florida "This is an excellent reference for college-level construction management courses and industry practitioners could also greatly benefit from owning it. It is clear the author has years of actual construction management experience. The book is well written and makes complicated material relatively easy to understand." -- James Stein, Eastern Michigan Universityshow more

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