Project Management: Principles and Practices
This book is intended to train the readers in basic project management principles for directing the course of a project. The hands-on approach presented in this book takes them through the necessary details for a good understanding of what to expect to complete a successful project. Users of this book will have an understanding, after following through the step-by-step stages, of how to plan and schedule projects. This systematic approach includes the application of project management software.
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Planning and Scheduling
The Project Plan 1
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breakdown structure building Design CADD calculations Chapter chart time schedule Christopher Design/Build Project completion date contractors critical activities critical path critical path method Description Design electrical equipment Design interior items Design mechanical equipment Design structural steel diagramming method earliest early start schedule equipment Design equipment installation erect structural steel estimates executive highlights Fabricate and erect Fabricate mechanical equipment finish dates histogram input Install interior items Install mechanical late start schedule latest finish manual mechanical and electrical node numbers objectives option period personnel/labor phase II building plan and schedule precedence diagramming method Prepare procedure Procure electrical equipment Procure interior items progress schedule project activities project costs project duration project management software project planning diagram project team screen shown in Figure shows Snyder Engineering specific status report summary bar chart suppliers tabulation total float Type weeks