Construction Time Determination Model, Automatically Detected Resource Needs Using Programs
Paikun1, Nadhya Susilo Nugroho2, Kurniawan3
1Paikun, Department of Civil Engineering, Nusa Putra University, Sukabumi, Indonesia.
2Kurniawan Department of Management, Nusa Putra University, Sukabumi, Indonesia.
3Nadhya Susilo Nugroho Department of Civil Engineering, Nusa Putra University, Sukabumi, Indonesia.
Manuscript received on June 19, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on June 23, 2020. | Manuscript published on July 10, 2020. | PP: 161-171 | Volume-9 Issue-9, July 2020 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijitee.I7036079920 | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I7036.079920
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Abstract: This research is discussing about the construction project scheduling that is integrated between the implementation time with the resources needed periodically and in total. Because, determining the time of implementation of construction is very important as a basic reference, when the commencement of work and when the work must be completed. So far, the project scheduling method that is often used by engineers is the time schedule bar chart method, S curve method, Critical Path Method (CPM) method and other methods. After that, the time schedule is developed into scheduling material procurement and manpower, but the scheduling planning system is often out of sync with the implementation time schedule, material supply schedule and manpower supply schedule, therefore construction project delays often occur due to improper supply of material and manpower. That is part of the cause of the loss, therefore there needs to be an integrated scheduling program. How to produce an integrated program is, conducting research by combining methods namely, time schedule bar chart method, S curve method, CPM method, BOW analysis, SNI analysis, statistics, and supported by 60 random sampling data of project documents, consisting of, construction drawings, BOQ, and cost budget plan. Through the process according to these methods, an integrated program will be produced. Why is it necessary to use a program that results from this research, because this program is easy to use, simply enter the building area and planned implementation time at the input layer, the implementation schedule, and the required resources, will be detected automatically, both periodically and in total. This program uses Microsoft Excel applications and is very simple. This program can only be used for scheduling residential construction projects 1 level to 2 levels, with a building area between 36 m2 to 290 m2 . Cannot be used in other projects because each construction project has different characteristics.
Keywords: Automatic program, Scheduling models, Project management, Automatic scheduling.
Scope of the Article: Construction Economics