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Dividing work into phases and interrelation of phases

by ketanco on 06-15-2012 at 05:06 PM
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In some cases it is much better to divide the project into project phases. This is necessary if you have group of activities that take place around the same time and same place usually. While doing this do not forget however that the construction project is to be considered as a whole and the interrelations between different phases can still affect your cost and schedule. Such as for instance, your building and sitework might be under different phases in your project plan or schedule but the access

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Setting up your jobsite trailer

by ketanco on 06-07-2012 at 07:55 PM
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In order to run the operations properly from the construction site, you will need to have a temporary office at the jobsite most often times. This is not usually as straightforward as it seems. You need to setup the temporary electricity, water even toilets and of course your trailer. All these items need time and effort. You have to determine the most efficient location for your trailer, so that you will not have to locate it as the job progresses or if it is not avoidable at least relocate it

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Important points to remember when reviewing project schedules

by ketanco on 06-07-2012 at 12:04 PM
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When starting a construction project, one of the most important items to do is to require your contractor to make a project schedule, as detailed as he can, and submit it to you. At a minimum, it needs to show the durations, start and finish dates, and successor / predecessor relations. Later when the work progresses, you will also want to see the % complete column as well. When you get this schedule, line by line, you need to review this and make sure that what he is showing is not just made to

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MEP coordination drawings

by ketanco on 06-07-2012 at 11:59 AM
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It is very important to have your MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) coordination drawings prepared and approved all parties involved as soon as possible during the project. This should be done before ideally any ceiling work starts at the ceiling. Include also fire alarm, fire protection, security system conduits and pipes in this too. In addition to all involved parties, you will also need to show this drawing to your architect. Recently, on projects that are large enough, this is starting

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Making schedules with excel

by ketanco on 06-06-2012 at 03:14 PM
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In cases that you donít have a construction scheduling software available, it is also possible to make your construction schedules using excel. All you need to do is to list the activities and then make a calendar yourself by each square representing one unit duration such as days or weeks. Then if that activity continues for 5 days for example, fill 5 squares in different color. And continue for following activities the same way. Of course there is nothing automated here and you can not assign

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