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Scheduling Technology or Experience – Which is Most Important? Advancements in technology continue to stretch construction programs and their managers. It sometimes seems that the technology has outpaced organizational capabilities to manage it
YouTube Lesson 5: Build a Work Breakdown Structure in P6 Episode five, in our popular Primavera P6 training series: Build a P6 Work Breakdown Structure.
YouTube Lesson 4: Creating a Project In P6 In episode 4 of our popular ten-part YouTube series Introducing users to Primavera P6, you will learn to create a project in Primavera P6
2 Rules of Engagement in Resolving Construction Delays Each delay analysis method includes certain evaluation guidelines. For this analysis method (which the Owner had determined as the ONLY acceptable method) to be effective, each submittal had to be reviewed sequentially since each was built upon the previous submittal, and acceptance or rejection of any one submittal in the sequence impacted subsequent analyses.
YouTube: Managing Construction Delays Learn to Identify construction risks and develop procedures to minimize those risks. In this webinar, designed for construction professionals.
4 Reasons Project Schedules Don’t Get Updated We are often asked to work on troubled projects, such as when a contractor realizes there are two months of remaining contract time
3 Executive Strategies for Successful Project Execution So much is written and discussed these days to help teams execute organizational objectives. It is not enough to have thorough knowledge of a particular strategy, and good intentions will not get the job done.
YouTube Lesson 3: Intro To P6 Enterprise Project Structure In episode 3 of our popular ten-part YouTube series Introducing users to Primavera P6, you will get basic overview Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Structure.
YouTube: 3 Steps To Resolving Construction Delay Disputes YouTube Tutorial: 3 Steps To Resolving Construction Delay Disputes