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P6.7- EPC Progress Calculation Percent Weight Method

P6.7- EPC Progress Calculation Percent Weight Method

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05/13/2014

 
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Gustavo PaoliniUsing Primavera P6.7 - Technical Noteswww.gcc-engr.com
12/10/2010 Page 1 of 11
Good Day
Introduction
This is an exercise to calculate progress based on Client requirements for a typical EPC Project.Data used on this sample are referential and were created just for better understanding of this Progress Calculation exercise.This is open to anybody for comment or improvements.
Client Requirements
An EPC Project is required to be scheduled and follow up each of its phase and based on these following requirements:
1.
Project must start on Nov 1rst 2010 and must be done in 200 working days
2.
Working Time will be 8h/d; 40 hours a week (Standard Calendar to make simple the exercise)
3.
Phases must be weighted on cost except Engineering phase which will be weighted on man-hours to be expended (Effort)
4.
Resources and Cost have to be established for all phases
5.
The
Weights
of each Project phase must be:
a.
Engineering Design = 10%
b.
Procurement = 20%
c.
Construction = 70%
6.
Schedule must show Progress Earned Values against Planned Progress Values
7.
Schedule must show also a Graphical Baseline to evaluate future Project Performance and targets achievements
8.
Progress figures to be reported are Physical and Earned Values
9.
For Forecasting: Task endings dates will be given by using remaining durations
Note:
The main purpose of this exercise is to show Progress Calculations. So,
no actual values
on resources and cost expenditure arebeing given
 
12/10/2010 Page 2 of 11
Execution by steps:Figure 011.
 
Define WBS, Activities, Resources and Cost (CTR)
 
2.
 
Create Baseline
 
Using Primavera P6.7 - Technical Noteswww.gcc-engr.comThanksto
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Gustavo Paolini
 
12/10/2010 Page 3 of 11
WBS
Figure 02
GROUP & SORT
Figure 03
Using Primavera P6.7 - Technical Noteswww.gcc-engr.comThanksto
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