APPLICATION OF PRIMAVERA P6 SOFTWARE FOR SCHEDULING SINGLE CONSTRAINED RESOURCE IN SMALL GAS STATION PROJECT
Journal: Engineering Heritage Journal (GWK)
Author: Mabrouka Shahat Younis Elfargani, Ahmed Fthallh Mhmmed, Aimen Emragha Abd alati Abd allah, Abd aullah Mansor Algedo, Hamad Fryaj Hamad Amer, Youssf Tiher Abobker Hasan
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The Success in the use of the Primavera P6 Software to schedule the project depends on the size of the project, the level of its complexity the time allocated for its execution and the requirements dictated by owner of the project……etc. The basic idea behind the proposed system is the use of software set up for this purpose in order to delineate start- finish time by applying Critical Path Method, the Primavera P6 Software for scheduling single constrained resource in projects. They may only of solutions start by scheduling and analyzing the resource time period by time period, and resource by resource when the amount of the resources available is exceeded the method of tasks is examined and rare resources are then allocated according is the levels of priority. A major position arises then: how to increase the time necessary for the completion of the project with the remaining minimum with due respect to the labor limitations. The answer lies in the application of the Primavera P6 Software which is used in practical situations, so as to avoid mathematical complications which are characteristics of perfect model methods. In order to achieve the best solution, activities are re- scheduled based on labor constraints according to various numerous bases. These were applied on a project for the construction of a small size Gas Station, classified under small construction projects which include 29 activities. The 3 stages of implementation were applied tested to the project mainly planning, scheduling and control. We obtained the desired results with an increase in the time allocated for the completion of the project with strictest minimum possible while respecting labor constraints.