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LINEAR SCHEDULING METHOD

FOR HIGH RISE BUILDING


CONSTRUCTION

PLANNING ENGINEERS BOOSTER CAMP


FEBRUARY 2015
FIRST PACIFIC LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

BY ENGR. ARNIE L. SY

WHAT ARE LINEAR PROJECTS


Linear project is where a series of crews
move, in sequence, along a specific path
or location having a repetitive activities
during construction.

Roads / Highway
Rail System
Bridges / Viaducts
Tunnels
Pipe lines
High-rise Building

LINEAR SCHEDULING METHOD


Usually being used on Roadways, Rail System
and Pipeline projects, Linear Scheduling
Method (LSM) is a graphical scheduling method
focusing on continuous resource utilization in
repetitive activities.
Also known as:
Line of Balance Method
Time-Location Chart
Time-Chainage Diagram
Time-Distance Diagram
March Chart

LSM vs CPM (or Traditional Gantt Chart)


LSM schedules are easier to understand:
They show a direct connection to the layout of the site,
pointing out what is build at which place. Overleaping
activities (clashes) can be detected easily.
They show a clear understanding of the effect of
the rate of production (by the slope of the line)
They show the effect of contract and other constraints
in both time and location.

They show the philosophy of the project


to management and the client in a clear and
immediate fashion.

COMPONENTS OF LSM
Example Linear Schedule for Road/Bridge Project
LOCATION

TIME

ACTIVITIES

How do I read LSM schedules???


Example Linear Schedule for Road/Bridge Project
Linear schedules can
communicate more
information because of
the way distance
related data is assigned
to each individual task.
The link between site
and schedule
information enables a
quicker and deeper
understanding of the
construction plan.

How do I read LSM schedules???


Example Linear Schedule for Road/Bridge Project
The distance axis is
typically horizontal and
the time axis is
vertical (although this
can be reversed).
Furthermore, the slope
of the task line indicates
the speed or
productivity rate of the
crew performing the
work in the field.

How do I read LSM schedules???


Example Linear Schedule for Road/Bridge Project
Task lines that overlap
indicate possible pitfalls
and show that the
construction plan does
not work.

How do I read LSM schedules???


Example Linear Schedule for Road/Bridge Project
Non-linear activities,
where the crew is
stationary, are
represented by block
tasks. Examples include
block valve installations,
road bores or bridge
foundation work.

How do I read LSM schedules???


Example Linear Schedule for Road/Bridge Project

Restricted areas do not


allow the planning of
tasks in a given time
and distance window
because of permitting
issues preventing land
access or environmental
issues (such as bird
areas or rare plants).
Clash detection
highlights which tasks
collide with one
another.

LSM For High-Rise Building Project


Example of LSM schedule for High-Rise Building Project

Location
(Floor)

Exterior Wall
Dry Works /
Finishes
Structural

Wet Works

Time

How do I make LSM Schedules?????


LSM schedules are often hand drawn, prepared in
Microsoft Excel or in a drawing program such as
AutoCAD.
SEDA VERTIS HOTEL PROJECT
MASTER CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME REV D - TIME LOCATION DIAGRAM
FLOOR
LEVEL

2013

2014

REV. D June 02, 2014

2015

2016

2017

OCT NOV DEC JA N FEB M A R A P R M A Y JUN JUL A UG SEP OCT NOV DEC JA N FEB M A R A P R M A Y JUN JUL A UG SEP OCT NOV DEC JA N FEB M A R A P R M A Y JUN JUL A UG SEP OCT NOV DEC JA N FEB M A R A P R

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Uti l ization of Basement 1&2 for Wa rehousing and Offices

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WL / FDN
Earthworks

Exterior Walls

Podium/Bsmnt Basic Arch'l Works

Structural Works

Guest floors ID Works

Exterior Stone Finish

Concrete Rubbed Finishing / Make Good

Interior Partitioning

Guest floors Punchlisting & Clean-up

Exterior Painting Works

Waterproofing & Sealants

Front of House, F&B areas ID Fit-out

Elevator Works + T&C + Cabin Finishes

For over-all view of construction schedule.

Windows & Glass

Back of House ID Fit-out

Swimming Pool Works

Shown Schedule at +- 1 week tolerance

4TH STAGE T&C: HAND-OVER

2ND STAGE T&C: JOINT APMC/SEDA/MDC

3RD STAGE T&C: TRAINING OF SEDA OPERATIONS

ENERGIZATION / POWER ON

1ST STAGE T&C: MDC

CONST'N ELEV. REMOVED

TOWER CRANE REMOVED

NTP / CONTRACT DOCS BASE BUILDING DESIGN AND BUILD PACKAGE (APRIL 30, 2014)

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DAY ONE: DECEMBER 18, 2013

MR
RD

Disadvantages of using Spreadsheets and/or


CADD in making LSM Schedules
Drawing is time consuming
Objects are static. You need to manually modify each
object whenever there are changes or updates on
the programme.
It is very difficult to integrate a working calendar on
the LSM schedules drawn on spreadsheet or CADD.
Thus providing a schedule with lack of
considerations on non-working days.
Cannot be loaded with resources and/or cost.

Is there an easier way to create LSM schedules?


Linear planning and scheduling software that
automates the development of the plan and
progressing is relatively recent (last 15 years or so).

Sample LSM Schedule


created in TiLOS

Achieving LSM in Primavera P6 R8.2 or later


Primavera P6 is a powerful scheduling software widely
use in construction industry but is not designed to
provide a Linear Scheduling Method such as with TiLOS.

However, there is a work-around to achieve LSM look


Primavera Schedule Lay-out by using Activity Codes and
Bar Formatting

Linear Scheduling in Primavera P6


SAMPLE PROJECT:
25 Storey High-Rise Building with Typical Floor Level
Assumptions:
All floor levels are typical and all
activities are the same
Structural works will be done via two (2)
zones per floor at the rate of 12 working
day cycle per floor
3 Floors behind active floor are
supported (shored)
Dryworks to come in 6 floors below
sealed floors (watertight floors)

1. Create Project and Set-up Calendars

Make sure to define all non-working days and holidays


in the construction calendar

2. Set-up the first level WBS on a location basis


(Floor Level)

3. Breakdown the 1st typical


floor on next level of detail

3. Define activities for typical floors and their


durations and properly link each task.

4. Create an Activity Code using trades of work and


assign to corresponding activities

5. Copy the 2nd level WBS on all typical floor levels


to populate the activities

6. Go to Activity Window and collapse WBS


grouping to Floor level. SAVE LAY-OUT
TIME

LOCATION

7. Go to Bars (Right click on bar chart area then


Bars) and delete all bar formats until one is left.

8. Click on Filter and clear filters by choosing


checking All Activities

9. Add New Filter with name: LSM Structural using


parameter below:

Once done, apply the Newly Created Filter

10. Rename the Bar to Structural Works and


change the Bar Style as you prefer.
Change Also the Timescale
value to Current Bar

11. Under the Bar


Settings, check
the box named
Show bar when
collapsed

12. Apply changes and close Bar Tab.

Now we have our bars for the structural works


Lets do it on the MEPF 1st Fix activities

13. Again, Create Bar and define filter using the


activity code value MEPF 1st Fix

14. Change Bar Styles and then apply and close Bar
Tab.

We can now see both Structural works activities and MEPF 1st Fix
activities on each Floors at the same row

14. Repeat the Process until we define all the Bars


for all activities needed to show on LSM layout

Notice that some of the bars may overlap to each


other making other bars not visible when collapsed
to floor level grouping

15. To make all bars visible in collapsed grouping,


adjust the bar rows of overlapping bars

We now have our activities in LSM lay-out


differentiated from each other

Not all activities can or need be shown in the LSM Layout as the more activities you
want to see on the chart, the more complex it will be. Choose only those activities
that are with great importance and impact to the totality of the programme.

16. Define relationships of activities from different


locations (floor levels).

Since we already define the relationships of all activities


within each floor, other activities will be scheduled
following the structural works

Since we already define the relationships of all activities


within each floor, other activities will be scheduled
following the structural works

12 working days

We can easily see that


the productivity rate
of the structural works
is 2 floors per month

The next thing to do is to establish the general relationships


of succeeding activities on the programme

17. Relationship between Structural works and Wet works:


We can easily filter those activities we only need to link to
each other i.e. below for Structural works and Exterior
Masonry (as the first activity on wet works.

17. Relationship between Structural works and Wet works:


At our assumptions lately, we allow 3 floors behind active floor to be supported by
scaffoldings/shorings.
Active Floor Z1
Active Floor Z2 6F

3 Floors Supported behind


active level

5F < First Set of Formworks & Scaffolidings supporting active level, 6F Z1


4F < 2nd Set of Formworks & Scaffoldings supporting 5F Z1
3F < Reshore supporting 4F Z1 (100%)
2F < Reshore supporting 3F Z1 (50%)
GF < Last Floor Cleared of Shorings

Thus, we allow wet


works to come in five
floor behind the
active level.
This makes Exterior
Masonry at GF starts
after Structural of 5F

18. Link all Exterior Masonry to each other through FS


relationship to induce a domino effect on the Structural
Works Wet Works relationship.

After scheduling the activities, this will now be the look of


our construction programme in LSM Lay-out

Next is to establish relationship between WET and DRY


works.

19. Relationship between WET works and DRY works:


At our assumptions lately, we allow Dryworks to come in
6 floors below sealed floors (watertight floors)
On our programme, Dryworks will start on installation of Ceiling and
Drywall Boards and each floor levels are sealed or watertight once
windows are installed and waterproofing works are done.
Thus, we only need to filter three activities on our programme which
are as follows:
Windows
Waterproofing
Dry Wall & Ceiling Boards

Filter Lay-out showing only Windows, Waterproofing and


Drywall and Ceiling Boards activities

Again, to interpret our assumption, Drywall and Ceiling


boards will start after the windows and waterproofing
activities on 6th Floor level

To reflect the relationship to all floors, link all Drywall and


Ceiling Boards FS to each other

LSM LOOK Schedule Lay-out in Primavera P6 R8.2

Add some modifications, reverse the order of Floor by assigning an


activity code and changing the grouping, edit the print lay-out and
Activity ID

RD

Original Start
Duration
174 14-Mar-16

Finish
Jan
-1

Feb
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Mar
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Apr
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May
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2015
Jun Jul
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Aug
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Sep
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Mar
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Apr
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May
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2016
Jun Jul
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Oct
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Nov
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Dec
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Jan
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Feb
25

Mar
26

2017
Apr
27

May
28

21-Oct-16

L25

336 29-Feb-16

02-May-17

L24

336 15-Feb-16

17-Apr-17

L23
L22

336 30-Jan-16

30-Mar-17

336 16-Jan-16

16-Mar-17

L21

336 29-Dec-15

02-Mar-17

L20

336 11-Dec-15

16-Feb-17

L19

336 26-Nov-15

02-Feb-17

L18
L17

336 11-Nov-15

18-Jan-17

336 26-Oct-15

04-Jan-17

L16

336 10-Oct-15

16-Dec-16

L15

336 25-Sep-15

02-Dec-16

L14

336 09-Sep-15

16-Nov-16

L13
L12

336 24-Aug-15

28-Oct-16

336 05-Aug-15

14-Oct-16

L11

336 21-Jul-15

29-Sep-16

L10

336 04-Jul-15

13-Sep-16

L09

336 19-Jun-15

27-Aug-16

L08
L07

336 04-Jun-15

11-Aug-16

336 20-May-15

27-Jul-16

L06

336 06-May-15

12-Jul-16

L05

336 21-Apr-15

24-Jun-16

L04

336 06-Apr-15

09-Jun-16

L03
L02

336 19-Mar-15

26-May-16

336 05-Mar-15

12-May-16

L01

336 18-Feb-15

28-Apr-16

FDN

24 04-Feb-15

04-Mar-15

SEE & APPRECIATE THE ENTIRE PROGRAMME IN ONE PAGE!!!

Jun Jul
29 30

Activity ID

RD

Original Start
Duration
174 14-Mar-16

Finish
Jan
-1

Feb
1

Mar
2

Apr
3

May
4

2015
Jun Jul
5
6

Aug
7

Sep
8

Oct
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Dec
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Jan
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Feb
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Mar
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Apr
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May
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2016
Jun Jul
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Aug
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21

Nov
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Dec
23

Jan
24

Feb
25

Mar
26

2017
Apr
27

May
28

Jun Jul
29 30

21-Oct-16

L25

336 29-Feb-16

02-May-17

L24

336 15-Feb-16

17-Apr-17

L23
L22

336 30-Jan-16

30-Mar-17

336 16-Jan-16

16-Mar-17

L21

336 29-Dec-15

02-Mar-17

L20

336 11-Dec-15

16-Feb-17

L19

336 26-Nov-15

02-Feb-17

L18
L17

336 11-Nov-15

18-Jan-17

336 26-Oct-15

04-Jan-17

L16

336 10-Oct-15

16-Dec-16

L15

336 25-Sep-15

02-Dec-16

L14

336 09-Sep-15

16-Nov-16

L13
L12

336 24-Aug-15

28-Oct-16

336 05-Aug-15

14-Oct-16

L11

336 21-Jul-15

29-Sep-16

L10

336 04-Jul-15

13-Sep-16

L09

336 19-Jun-15

27-Aug-16

L08
L07

336 04-Jun-15

11-Aug-16

336 20-May-15

27-Jul-16

L06

336 06-May-15

12-Jul-16

L05

336 21-Apr-15

24-Jun-16

L04

336 06-Apr-15

09-Jun-16

L03
L02

336 19-Mar-15

26-May-16

336 05-Mar-15

12-May-16

L01

336 18-Feb-15

28-Apr-16

FDN

24 04-Feb-15

04-Mar-15

at WHICH SPECIFIC PLACE


We can see WHAT ACTIVITIES has to be done
on every SPECIFIC PERIOD OF TIME

FOR EXAMPLE: WE WANT TO KNOW THE PROJECT STATUS BY THE


END OF 2015 AS PER OUR PROGRAMME.
Activity ID

RD

Original Start
Duration
174 14-Mar-16

Finish
Jan
-1
21-Oct-16

L25

336 29-Feb-16

02-May-17

L24

336 15-Feb-16

17-Apr-17

L23
L22

336 30-Jan-16

30-Mar-17

336 16-Jan-16

16-Mar-17

L21

336 29-Dec-15

02-Mar-17

L20

336 11-Dec-15

16-Feb-17

L19

336 26-Nov-15

02-Feb-17

L18
L17

336 11-Nov-15

18-Jan-17

336 26-Oct-15

04-Jan-17

L16

336 10-Oct-15

16-Dec-16

L15

336 25-Sep-15

02-Dec-16

L14

336 09-Sep-15

16-Nov-16

L13
L12

336 24-Aug-15

28-Oct-16

336 05-Aug-15

14-Oct-16

L11

336 21-Jul-15

29-Sep-16

L10

336 04-Jul-15

13-Sep-16

L09

336 19-Jun-15

27-Aug-16

L08
L07

336 04-Jun-15

11-Aug-16

336 20-May-15

27-Jul-16

L06

336 06-May-15

12-Jul-16

L05

336 21-Apr-15

24-Jun-16

L04

336 06-Apr-15

09-Jun-16

L03
L02

336 19-Mar-15

26-May-16

336 05-Mar-15

12-May-16

L01

336 18-Feb-15

28-Apr-16

FDN

24 04-Feb-15

04-Mar-15

Feb
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Mar
2

Apr
3

May
4

2015
Jun Jul
5
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Aug
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Sep
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Oct
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Nov
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Dec
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Jan
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Feb
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Mar
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Apr
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May
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2016
Jun Jul
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Aug
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Dec
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Jan
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Feb
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2017
Apr
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Jun Jul
29 30

Activity ID

RD

Original Start
Duration
174 14-Mar-16

Finish
Jan
-1
21-Oct-16

L25

336 29-Feb-16

02-May-17

L24

336 15-Feb-16

17-Apr-17

L23
L22

336 30-Jan-16

30-Mar-17

336 16-Jan-16

16-Mar-17

L21

336 29-Dec-15

02-Mar-17

L20

336 11-Dec-15

16-Feb-17

L19

336 26-Nov-15

02-Feb-17

L18
L17

336 11-Nov-15

18-Jan-17

336 26-Oct-15

04-Jan-17

L16

336 10-Oct-15

16-Dec-16

L15

336 25-Sep-15

02-Dec-16

L14

336 09-Sep-15

16-Nov-16

L13
L12

336 24-Aug-15

28-Oct-16

336 05-Aug-15

14-Oct-16

L11

336 21-Jul-15

29-Sep-16

L10

336 04-Jul-15

13-Sep-16

L09

336 19-Jun-15

27-Aug-16

L08
L07

336 04-Jun-15

11-Aug-16

336 20-May-15

27-Jul-16

L06

336 06-May-15

12-Jul-16

L05

336 21-Apr-15

24-Jun-16

L04

336 06-Apr-15

09-Jun-16

L03
L02

336 19-Mar-15

26-May-16

336 05-Mar-15

12-May-16

L01

336 18-Feb-15

28-Apr-16

FDN

24 04-Feb-15

04-Mar-15

Feb
1

Mar
2

Apr
3

May
4

2015
Jun Jul
5
6

Aug
7

Sep
8

Oct
9

Nov
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Dec
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Jan
12

Feb
13

RD
L25
L24
L23
L22
L21
L20
L19
L18
L17
L16
L15
L14
L13
L12
L11
L10
L09
L08
L07
L06
L05
L04
L03
L02
L01
FDN

Mar
14

Apr
15

May
16

2016
Jun Jul
17
18

Aug
19

Sep
20

Oct
21

Nov
22

Dec
23

Jan
24

Feb
25

Mar
26

2017
Apr
27

May
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Jun Jul
29 30

PLANNED STATUS AS OF
END DECEMBER 2015
Active Floor
Active Floor

New Cleared Floor


Exterior Wall Complete
On-going Interior wall & MEPF instl'n
Interior wall & MEPF 1st Fix complete
On going Plaster Finishing
Plaster Finishing Complete
Water proofed, Windows installed (SEALED LEVEL)
SEALED
FLOORS
ABOVE
DRY
WORKS
CEILING ENCLOSURES (DRY WORKS)
TILE SETTING

Activity ID

RD

Original Start
Duration
174 14-Mar-16

Finish
Jan
-1
21-Oct-16

L25

336 29-Feb-16

02-May-17

L24

336 15-Feb-16

17-Apr-17

L23
L22

336 30-Jan-16

30-Mar-17

336 16-Jan-16

16-Mar-17

L21

336 29-Dec-15

02-Mar-17

L20

336 11-Dec-15

16-Feb-17

L19

336 26-Nov-15

02-Feb-17

L18
L17

336 11-Nov-15

18-Jan-17

336 26-Oct-15

04-Jan-17

L16

336 10-Oct-15

16-Dec-16

L15

336 25-Sep-15

02-Dec-16

L14

336 09-Sep-15

16-Nov-16

L13
L12

336 24-Aug-15

28-Oct-16

336 05-Aug-15

14-Oct-16

L11

336 21-Jul-15

29-Sep-16

L10

336 04-Jul-15

13-Sep-16

L09

336 19-Jun-15

27-Aug-16

L08
L07

336 04-Jun-15

11-Aug-16

336 20-May-15

27-Jul-16

L06

336 06-May-15

12-Jul-16

L05

336 21-Apr-15

24-Jun-16

L04

336 06-Apr-15

09-Jun-16

L03
L02

336 19-Mar-15

26-May-16

336 05-Mar-15

12-May-16

L01

336 18-Feb-15

28-Apr-16

FDN

24 04-Feb-15

04-Mar-15

Feb
1

Mar
2

Apr
3

May
4

2015
Jun Jul
5
6

Aug
7

Sep
8

Oct
9

Nov
10

Dec
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Jan
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Feb
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Mar
14

Apr
15

May
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2016
Jun Jul
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Aug
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Jan
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Feb
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2017
Apr
27

May
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Jun Jul
29 30

LET US TAKE A LOOK AT THE SAME PROJECT IN A TRADITIONAL


GANTT CHART SCHEDULE
Activity ID

Activity Name

Structural Works

Original Start
Duration
336 04-Feb-15

2015
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul
-1
1
2
3
4
5
6
14-Apr-16 04-Feb-15
Finish

2016
2017
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunJul
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
14-Apr-16, Structural W orks

MEPF 1st Fix

312 04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16

04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16, MEPF 1st Fix

MEPF 2nd Fix

300 05-Aug-15

27-Aug-16

MEPF Final Fix

300 22-Feb-16

09-Mar-17

Exterior Masonry
Interior Masonry

312 20-May-15

24-Jun-16

312 04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16

Plastering

312 04-Jul-15

11-Aug-16

Waterproofing

300 05-Aug-15

27-Aug-16

05-Aug-15

Windows

306 05-Aug-15

05-Sep-16

05-Aug-15

Dry wall and Ceiling Frames


Painting

300 24-Aug-15

13-Sep-16

450 05-Aug-15

09-Mar-17

Drywall and Ceiling Boards

300 19-Nov-15

09-Dec-16

Tiles

312 04-Dec-15

11-Jan-17

Doors & Hardwares

300 09-Jan-16

25-Jan-17

Woodworks
Furnishing Works

312 23-Jan-16

23-Feb-17

300 07-Mar-16

23-Mar-17

Punchlisting & T&C

312 21-Mar-16

24-Apr-17

Hand-over

294 22-Apr-16

02-May-17

05-Aug-15

27-Aug-16, MEPF 2nd Fix


22-Feb-16

09-Mar-17, MEPF Final

20-May-15

24-Jun-16, Exterior Masonry

04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16, Interior Masonry

04-Jul-15

11-Aug-16, Plastering
27-Aug-16, Waterproofing
05-Sep-16, Windows

24-Aug-15

13-Sep-16, Dry wall and Ceiling Frames

05-Aug-15

09-Mar-17, Painting
19-Nov-15

09-Dec-16, Drywall and Ceiling Boards

04-Dec-15

11-Jan-17, Tiles

09-Jan-16

25-Jan-17, Doors & Hardwares

23-Jan-16

23-Feb-17, Woodworks

07-Mar-16
21-Mar-16
22-Apr-16

23-Mar-17, Furnishing

24-Apr-17, Pun

02-May-17, H

Activity ID

RD

Original Start
Duration
174 14-Mar-16

Finish
Jan
-1

Feb
1

Mar
2

Apr
3

May
4

2015
Jun Jul
5
6

Aug
7

Oct
9

Nov
10

Dec
11

Jan
12

Feb
13

Mar
14

Apr
15

May
16

2016
Jun Jul
17
18

Aug
19

Sep
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Oct
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Nov
22

Dec
23

Jan
24

Feb
25

Mar
26

2017
Apr
27

May
28

Jun Jul
29 30

21-Oct-16

L25

336 29-Feb-16

02-May-17

L24

336 15-Feb-16

17-Apr-17

L23
L22

336 30-Jan-16

30-Mar-17

336 16-Jan-16

16-Mar-17

L21

336 29-Dec-15

02-Mar-17

L20

336 11-Dec-15

16-Feb-17

L19

336 26-Nov-15

02-Feb-17

L18
L17

336 11-Nov-15

18-Jan-17

336 26-Oct-15

04-Jan-17

L16

336 10-Oct-15

16-Dec-16

L15

336 25-Sep-15

02-Dec-16

L14

336 09-Sep-15

16-Nov-16

L13
L12

336 24-Aug-15

28-Oct-16

336 05-Aug-15

14-Oct-16

L11

336 21-Jul-15

29-Sep-16

L10

336 04-Jul-15

13-Sep-16

L09

336 19-Jun-15

27-Aug-16

L08
L07

336 04-Jun-15

11-Aug-16

336 20-May-15

27-Jul-16

L06

336 06-May-15

12-Jul-16

L05

336 21-Apr-15

24-Jun-16

L04

336 06-Apr-15

09-Jun-16

L03
L02

336 19-Mar-15

26-May-16

336 05-Mar-15

12-May-16

L01

336 18-Feb-15

28-Apr-16

FDN

24 04-Feb-15

04-Mar-15

Compare to
Traditional Gantt
Chart

Activity ID

Activity Name

Structural Works

VS

Sep
8

Original Start
Duration
336 04-Feb-15

2015
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul
-1
1
2
3
4
5
6
14-Apr-16 04-Feb-15
Finish

2016
2017
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunJul
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
14-Apr-16, Structural W orks

MEPF 1st Fix

312 04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16

MEPF 2nd Fix

300 05-Aug-15

27-Aug-16

04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16, MEPF 1st Fix

MEPF Final Fix

300 22-Feb-16

09-Mar-17

Exterior Masonry
Interior Masonry

312 20-May-15

24-Jun-16

312 04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16

Plastering

312 04-Jul-15

11-Aug-16

Waterproofing

300 05-Aug-15

27-Aug-16

05-Aug-15

Windows

306 05-Aug-15

05-Sep-16

05-Aug-15

Dry wall and Ceiling Frames


Painting

300 24-Aug-15

13-Sep-16

450 05-Aug-15

09-Mar-17

Drywall and Ceiling Boards

300 19-Nov-15

09-Dec-16

Tiles

312 04-Dec-15

11-Jan-17

Doors & Hardwares

300 09-Jan-16

25-Jan-17

Woodworks
Furnishing Works

312 23-Jan-16

23-Feb-17

300 07-Mar-16

23-Mar-17

Punchlisting & T&C

312 21-Mar-16

24-Apr-17

Hand-over

294 22-Apr-16

02-May-17

05-Aug-15

27-Aug-16, MEPF 2nd Fix


22-Feb-16

09-Mar-17, MEPF Final

20-May-15

24-Jun-16, Exterior Masonry

04-Jun-15

12-Jul-16, Interior Masonry

04-Jul-15

11-Aug-16, Plastering
27-Aug-16, Waterproofing
05-Sep-16, Windows

24-Aug-15

13-Sep-16, Dry wall and Ceiling Frames

05-Aug-15

09-Mar-17, Painting
19-Nov-15

09-Dec-16, Drywall and Ceiling Boards

04-Dec-15

11-Jan-17, Tiles

09-Jan-16

25-Jan-17, Doors & Hardwares

23-Jan-16

23-Feb-17, Woodworks

07-Mar-16
21-Mar-16
22-Apr-16

23-Mar-17, Furnishin

24-Apr-17, Pun

02-May-17, H