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.:. PRESENTATION

It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that the Instituto de la Construcción y Gerencia (ICG) publishes the seventh edition of the book “Construction Scheduling with MSProject”, which presents an organized and updated selection of valuable topics for professionals who develop their professional activity in construction scheduling.
 

.:. AUTHOR

Ing. Guillermo Huerta A.
 

.:. INDEX

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL CONCEPTS
1.1. Glossary of terms
1.2. Construction scheduling concepts
1.3. Work scheduling methods
1.4. Work scheduling by work train method

CHAPTER 2. WORKING ENVIRONMENT
2.1. MSProject Professional 2016
2.2. Working environment
2.3. Menu bars

CHAPTER 3. PROGRAMMING TOOLS
3.1. Project
3.2. Tasks
3.3. The Gantt Chart
3.4. The critical path and slacks
3.5. The network diagram and the network of predecessors
3.6. Resources
3.7. Resource views
3.8. Resource leveling methods
3.9. Adding milestones
3.10. Main reports in Project

CHAPTER 4. APPLICATION TO A BUILDING PROJECT
4.1. Description of the project
4.2. Data table elaboration
4.3. Create the precedence network
4.4. Setting up the project in Project
4.5. Configure the work schedule
4.6. Enter list of tasks and durations 4.7.
4.7. Enter resources in the resource sheet
4.8. Enter resources to tasks
4.9. Linking tasks
4.10. Obtain critical path
4.11. Adjust critical path
4.12. Resource Chart
4.13. Project report
4.14. Print
4.15. Durations and predecessors table
4.16. Conclusions of the methodology used

CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF A ROAD
5.1. Description of the road project
5.2. Project planning
5.3. Elaboration of the data table
5.4. Making the network of precedences
5.5. Configuring the project
5.6. Configure the work schedule
5.7. Entering the list of tasks and durations
5.8. Enter the resources in the resource sheet
5.9. Enter resources to tasks
5.10. Link tasks
5.11. Obtain critical path
5.12. Adjust critical path
5.13. Resources chart
5.14. Resource Leveling Automatic Method
5.15. Critical path filtering
5.16. Durations and predecessors chart

CHAPTER 6. URBAN ROAD PROJECT
6.1. Description of the urban road project
6.2. Budget and annexes
6.3. Development of the example
6.4. Elaboration of data table
6.5. Create the precedence network
6.6. Configure the project
6.7. Configure the work schedule
6.8. Enter the list of tasks and durations
6.9. Enter resources in the resource sheet
6.10. Entering resources to tasks
6.11. Link tasks
6.12. Obtain critical path
6.13. Adjust critical path
6.14. Resources Chart
6.15. Project reports

 

.:. PRICE

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