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Cost Loading your schedule and Earned Value Analysis

by atuter on 12-26-2011 at 10:07 AM
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I know that many people consider cost loading a schedule and then tracking those costs as magic, which can only be done by scheduling experts and to get there you will need to spend a lot of time and energy. And this is true well it was true. until now.. because now I am going to explain how it is done in 1-2 paragraphs....

Okay the first thing you need in order to track your construction cost performance and cost load your construction schedule is a detailed construction schedule.

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Another good method of estimating - use your schedule

by atuter on 12-26-2011 at 09:26 AM
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If you have enough feel of the market, here is another good way of estimating a job approximately, without spending so much time on it: To have a detailed schedule. If you have a detailed enough work schedule, where all major items, plus the in between minor subtasks are covered, you can simply go through the item list in that schedule and assign your guess dollar amounts to each item. Of course we are assuming that you know the scope of the work here in a broad sense and have seen the drawings

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Key points when renting crane for your project

by atuter on 10-15-2011 at 02:38 AM
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Below I will try to summarize the important points to consider when you are renting crane for your project. Of course it depends greatly on which equipment you are using, but still there are points that should apply to most situations:

-state the type, boomlength
-state the required certifications on your job. OSHA certification is a given
-don't forget that you will need to provide a level surface for your crane and before that you need to make sure that the ground is stable

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Writing work scopes

by atuter on 10-15-2011 at 01:51 AM
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When writing work scopes, have your specs and drawings open in front of you all the time and try not to duplicate what is already indicated in those documents. What you should include in your work scope is, clarifying the areas that the subcontractor might tell you later that it wasn't part of his deal. Pay attention to items that might be grey area between two different trades because if such an item exists, most probably both of those subcontractors are going to raise their hands up and refuse

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Parking, entrance, access

by atuter on 10-14-2011 at 01:58 AM
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Through the course of the project chances are your parking, entrance to the site, access, laydown and staging areas, crane locations will change. You must plan all these ahead of time and have in your hand a site logistics plan at all times during the course of the project. Make this available during your subcontractor meetings and update this plan every week as needed. Sometimes you will not need to do any updates but talking about this every week in your subcontractor meetings will always ensure

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