- Duration: 5 Days
This workshop provides the construction professional with a detailed understanding of scheduling project activities, along with identifying the critical activities and critical path. It also covers resource management, resource leveling and allocation as essential elements in controlling project costs and establishing the resources needed. In addition, it provides a basis for the many areas of estimating that construction professionals may face. Other methods of cost control, such as value engineering and earned value, will also be discussed
The aim of this workshop is to explain the techniques for scheduling a project, establishing time-cost relationships, resource management methods, different types of cost estimates, and expanding one’s cost-estimating skills. Practical examples will be given to increase familiarity with the various methods and their components, with the goal of preparing cost estimates and project schedules as accurately as possible.
Who should attend:
This workshop will benefit Project Managers, Construction Managers, Civil Engineers, Design and Construction Professionals, Cost Engineers, Resource Managers, and Architects.
The Art of Planning, Fundamentals of Project Time Management, Establishing the Project and Work Breakdown Structure, Developing the Schedule, Project Network Logic, Arrow Diagrams and Precedence Diagrams, Time Analysis, Critical Path and Floats, Bar Charts, Case Study.
Resource Planning, Leveling and Allocation, Time-Cost Relationships, Project Compression and Acceleration, Project Controlling and Monitoring; Case Study.
The Cost Management Process in Planning and Design, Introduction to Project Budgeting and Concept Estimating, Budget Estimating Approaches, The Parametric Systems Budget Estimate, Concept Design Estimating Approaches, Life Cycle Costing (LCC), Value Engineering (VE); Case Study.
Introduction to Estimating, Types of Estimates, Preliminary Estimates/Parametric Estimates, Final Estimates, Direct Costs, Indirect Costs, Cash Flow Analysis; Case Study.
Effective Cost and Time Control – Payments and Payment Certificates, Monitoring Job Progress and Scheduling Requirements, Procedures for Progress and Cost Control, Earned Value and Project Control, Monthly Status Reports, Case Study, Conclusion.
Projacs International is the largest Pan-Arab project management firm boasting 21 offices in 21 major cities in the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.
Established in 1984, They have over 600ã€€professional staff offering customized services to a variety of clients in the public and private sectors. Projacs helps its clients achieve greatã€€visions by successfully delivering hundreds of projects across 24 countries.
Projacs offers specialized services and leadership in a persity of projects from government buildings to utility plants. Other project types include residential and commercial developments, educational facilities, hotels and resorts, sports centers, airports, oil and gas plants, car assembly plants, infrastructure and highways, healthcare facilities, retail developments, and palaces and private homes.
They work directly with owners, developers, hotel operators, tenants, educational institutions, hospital operators, financial institutions, funding organizations, project managers, consultants, contractors and other stakeholders.
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