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    Creating a new Project on Primavera

    I would like to explain how to create a new project on Primavera

    Picture 1: The first thing you do is to select EPS, Enterprise Project Structure. This will determine where your project will reside. This is important in the sense that the resources and rates available for your project as well as the group in which it will reside.

    Picture 2: Here you create a Project ID and Project Name

    Picture 3: Project Start date is todays date by default. Choose a different date if you like. Also by default the finish date is blank but you can choose to asign a date. This will determine the schedule calculations

    Picture 4: Responsible project manager which should match with the EPS will be selected here

    Picture 5: Assignment rate is chosen here.

    Picture 6: Confirmation that the project has been created

    Picture 7: Now you can see your project (marked as light blue here) under EPS

    Note: if at any point during project creation you choose to cancel, you will see that the primavera will delete the so far created portions of the project from database
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    creating new project 6.jpgcreating new project 7.jpgthe continuation of the previous post, which displays pictures 6 and 7
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