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005 benchmarking-kpi's

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  1. 1. helpdesk@construction-productivity.co.uk htt://www.construction-productivity.co.uk BENCHMARKING*BENCHMARKING* (KPI’s)(KPI’s)
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  7. 7. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Identify non productive items in the use of best practices and project management performance. Identify reasons for lack of productivity (root causes).
  8. 8. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Develop an action plan (select best practices to reduce shortfall); Integrate best practices into the project delivery process; Adopt benchmarking as part of a continuous improvement program; Develop a process model;  Monitor progress.
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  12. 12. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Program- and department-level input/process measures. Assess the total resources provided for all projects within a programme or department. Assess the degree to which programme- and department-wide goals for projects and their management are met.
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  15. 15. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S From CT must be deducted: any additional work; Alterations; Based on calendar days. The following three factors are used for calculating the KPI: the date of start-up of the construction phase;
  16. 16. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S the actual handing-over the project to the client (day); the alterations that have been agreed with the client; or have been caused by external factors or by the client; In both cases, the alterations are expressed in calendar days.
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  21. 21. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S If the work takes longer than anticipated; the KPI will be greater than 100%; KPI will be less than 100% if the work is completed faster than anticipated.
  22. 22. There are 4 factors for calculating the KPI:
  23. 23. BENCHMARKING-KPIsBENCHMARKING-KPIs Actual construction time includes: Remedy work (defects) in relation to planned construction time; this KPI expresses the relationship between the actual construction time (including defects liability period), if any; and the expected construction time;  For this case KPI for “Actual construction time in relation to expected construction time”, the expected construction time includes alterations expressed in calendar days.
  24. 24. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S The KPI is calculated as a percentage, where 100% corresponds to the actual construction time being identical to the expected construction time; If the realised construction time is longer than expected; Therefore, the KPI will be greater than 100%. The KPI will be less than 100% if the work is completed ahead of the anticipated time.
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  27. 27. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Remedial work to defects during the first year after handing over The KPI includes only the defects remedied in the first year following handing over, based on man-hour consumption. Some clients set the defect liability for less time such as 6 month. Other extra works or additional services after the first year .
  28. 28. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S If it has been agreed that these additional services may be carried out after handing over they are not included in the KPI. The man hours used to remedy defects in connection with the one-year inspection are included as an estimated figure. The KPI is expressed in man hours worked and measured against the contract sum.
  29. 29. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Accident frequency-CDM  This is accomplished by the calculating of two rates: 1. Incidence rate; 2. Accident frequency rate. Incidence Rate  Give the number of accidents for 1000 employees and is used to take into account variations in the size of the workforce: Incidence Rate = Number of Accidents X 1000 Numbers Employed
  30. 30. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Accident frequency-CDM The revised detailed guidance notes which accompany CDM 2007 entitled 'managing health and safety in construction. Listed by the Health and Safety Commission ((the Approved Code of Practice (ACoP)) was approved in February 2007. CDM 2007 and ACoP came into force at the beginning of April 2007.
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  34. 34. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Contribution ratio Benchmarking System comprises selected types of costs incurred by a contracting company. Earnings- KPIs are calculated on the basis of a proportion of the total costs incurred by a contracting company on a contract.
  35. 35. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S The contribution ratio (basic package), It is calculated on the basis of the contractor’s turnover on the contract. It corresponds to the sum of the payments he has received from the client. To the above figure should be added payments such as: extra works additional services
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  38. 38. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Exclude from above: income from interest income from sale of scrap materials salary cost small assets other direct and indirect production costs and overhead costs. Some of these costs are included in the benchmarking system’s optional packages.
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  41. 41. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S Labour productivity Labour productivity is defined as the value added on the project. It is measured against the total number of man hours worked by contractors and subcontractors contractors. This productivity indicator will subsequently constitute the project’s labour productivity.
  42. 42. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S The value added on the project are considered as: the value added to the raw materials, building materials and components used from the time they are purchased to the time they are ”sold” in the form of the finished construction project.
  43. 43. BENCHMARKING-KPI’SBENCHMARKING-KPI’S The presentation of the productivity indicators is carried out at different levels such as: sector company project and contract level.

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