PROGRAMMING AND SCHEDULING TECHNIQUES

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PROGRAMMING AND SCHEDULING TECHNIQUES

Planning is an important management function and its effective
execution is a condition precedent for successful project outcomes.
This book addresses operational rather than strategic
aspects of planning of construction projects. It describes specific

scheduling techniques and processes commonly used in the construction
industry. While used mainly at the construction stage,
the described techniques and processes are suitable for application
across all the stages of the project life cycle.


Many books have been written on aspects of construction
scheduling, but they largely focus on the critical path method and
do not provide a comprehensive review of a range of scheduling
techniques. This book attempts to redress this problem.
While this book serves as a reference for construction industry
practitioners, it has mainly been written as a text and reference
material for students studying architecture, building,
construction management and civil engineering, and for quantity
surveying undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
The bulk of the book describes deterministic scheduling techniques,
but the last two chapters introduce the concept of probability
scheduling using Monte Carlo simulation and PERT

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