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Gantt Charts for construction are a simple visualization of a project timeline that engenders the ability to see where project activities fall in relation to each other. They are easily understood by project executives and foremen alike.

The Gantt Chart Hardly Needs an Introduction

  "Human history teaches us, however, that economic growth springs from better recipes, not just from more cooking.” Romer, Paul M. "Economic Growth." In the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics, 2008     Back in...

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Delay Principles Based on Completion Risk Paper

In the construction industry, project scheduling is a crucial component that oftentimes determines project success. Additionally, while project scheduling approaches have been in existence for several decades, consistency in using...

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Core Traits of a Reliable Schedule

The world of construction scheduling, as we know it, has been practiced for more than 50 years. And while the practice of scheduling has advanced significantly during that time, advances...

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Forensic Scheduling

In general, when schedule analysis is undertaken at a point in time during the project, it is considered prospective; when undertaken after-the fact, it is retrospective. Retrospective analysis undertaken to...

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Keynote – Early and Late “P80” Dates

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The CPM algorithm’s ability to develop bounding early/late dates using activity durations and logic was a new scheduling paradigm that has sustained CPM as the scheduling method of choice since...

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