Construction Scheduling Procedure
The Construction Scheduling Procedure helps with proper construction planning and scheduling, will provide invaluable assistance in the decision making process, and will assist the Construction Project Manager in exercising control of the construction project.
The Precedence Diagram Method (PDM) be used for construction planning and scheduling all construction projects over $500,000 in value and for all construction projects where the labor content is in excess of $100,000. In addition, short interval construction schedules are required for each week’s work.
The Construction Scheduling Procedure applies to the preparation of all requirements for all development or construction projects. (4 pages, 793 words)
Construction Scheduling Definitions:
Precedence Diagram Method (PDM)- A network diagramming technique in which construction activities are represented by boxes (or nodes). Activities are linked by precedence relationships to show the sequence in which the construction activities are to be performed.
Construction Scheduling Procedure Activities
- Pre-Tender construction Schedule
- Construction Schedule
- Manual Precedence Network