Construction Scheduling 101
After finishing the video included below, you will be given access to its accompanying presentation and granted a CCB certificate showing the credit hours earned from completing this course. You must watch the video in full to qualify for the credit. Thank you for learning with PBDG!
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Learn how to read and interpret schedules and how to use them effectively.
This class will touch on the following topics:
- Understanding Logic and Relationships between work activities
- Understanding Durations and how they are determined
- Critical Path Method overview and how it works to create schedules
- Understanding Float and how to manage it
- Reading and interpreting schedules and how to effectively use them
This is a beginner – intermediate level class. Beginer level companies are either a start up business or in ramp up mode where business activity is picking up, have at least one active contract, hired your first few employees and you are working on your business full-time. Intermediate level companies have their systems and processes set up and are in full growth mode. You have a good handle on how to manage more than one contract and are looking to improve and expand current operations as well as build a pipeline of customers and relationships.
Instructor: AJ Sherman, Scheduling Engineer with Mortenson
Founded in 1954, Mortenson Construction is a U.S.-based, family-owned construction company that provides planning, program management, preconstruction, general contracting, construction management, design-build, and turn-key development.