Project definition and work breakdown structure - Scheduling and control models and techniques such as: AOA, AON, bar charting -line of balance - resource allocation - time reduction. Documentation and reporting - time and cost control - progress monitoring and evaluation - computer applications.


Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering


  • The course objective is providing the students with the necessary skills to plan, schedule and monitor construction projects.


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Course Content

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1Week Number 1:Introduction to planning and scheduling, Logical relationships and network representations (AOA & AON), Critical path method on AON networks.
2Week Number 2:Advanced relations in AON.
3Week Number 3:Development of Bar Charts using Calendars.
4Week Number 4:Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), activity lists and durations.
5Week Number 5:Project Scheduling Process.
6Week Number 6:Resource Management: Loading, planning & control, and levelling.
7Week Number 7:7th Week Exam.
8Week Number 8:Resource Management: Allocation.
9Week Number 9:Project cash flow analysis: Cash-out & project budget.
10Week Number 10:Project cash flow analysis: Cash-in, cash flows, and financing costs.
11Week Number 11:Project control: Progress measurement & updating of schedules.
12Week Number 12:12th Week Exam.
13Week Number 13:Project control: Earned value analysis.
14Week Number 14:Types of schedules and practical scheduling issues.
15Week Number 15:Term Project Seminar.
16Week Number 16:Final Exam.

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