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  • 1. CC603 PROJECT MANAGEMENT SITE SUPERVISION AND ORGANISATION
  • 2. A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart. Developed by Henry Gantt, that illustrates a project schedule. Illustrate the start and finish dates of the terminal elements and summary elements of a project. Bar Chart or Gantt Chart Henry Laurence Gantt, A.B., M.E. (1861 – 23 November 1919) was an American mechanical engineer and management consultant who is best known for developing the Gantt chart in the 1910s.
  • 3. When scheduling and monitoring tasks within a project. When it’s not necessary to show which tasks depend on completion of previous tasks. USAGE OF BAR CHART AND GANTT CHART When the steps of the project or process, their sequence and their duration are known. When communicating plans or status of a project.
  • 4. It is used for scheduling activities in a project plan. Is a network diagramming technique in which activities are represented by arrows. The precedence relation between activities is represented by circles connecting to one or more arrows. The length of the arrow represents the duration of the relevant activity. Arrow Method in Site Planning
  • 5. Be presented in the form of a network diagram that shows the first and last events and the critical path. Performed on a time scale or calendar in the form of a bar chart For larger projects and are considered complex, computer analyses.
  • 6. Require the planner to think logically. Benefit of CPM Activities that contractors must focus its efforts during the implementation of projects identified during the planning process. Non-critical activities, were identified and facilitate the adjustment of resources.
  • 7. Record, record activities of the project every day in site diary Arrange joinery or construction worker Regulate supervise work on site Control and check work quality Monitor work from building method aspect, installation way, finish
  • 8. Assistant Engineer Technician Engineers tend to go to work applying the science and mathematics knowledge to solve problems and design processes and products. Technicians tend to start their careers performing tests, collecting data, and assisting engineers. Engineers with NDT backgrounds work on developing new inspection equipment and procedures. Technician becomes more knowledgeable about the work he or she is doing.
  • 9. Materials delivered to the site, the quantity used and retained Items of plant on site, working or idling, including reasons for being idle. Any work carried out in connection with the utility service. The number of workers in various trades The date and weather conditions This document usually includes Instructions issued to the contractor.
  • 10. Minimizes liability by providing accurate records and valuable evidence in the event of a dispute. A comprehensive tool for Site Managers to fulfill statuary obligations. Quality and integrity of information is assured and accurate. Full transparency of site activities.