Construction Service Project Scheduling Analysis Using Critical Path Method (CPM), Project Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)

Authors : Popy Yuliarty; Novia Nila S; Rini Anggraini

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 2 - February

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- The success or failure of a project is largely determined by the planning and control of the project. The failure of project implementation was due to lack of planning and lack of ineffective control so that project activities became inefficient. This resulted in delays, reduced quality of work, and unexpected costs of implementation. Problems in this research object is a delay in completing a gondola project because there are several obstacles or problems that occur. Optimization of working time is quite important for companies in working on projects, because in this work time efficiency is needed because the gondola is needed by the client. The implementation of the project requires optimal project planning using the CPM (Critical Path Method) and PERT methods. With the CPM method, 13 critical activities were obtained, with total duration of 55 days was also applied to the Gantt Chart. And with the PERT method (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) obtained 13 critical activities, and a total duration of 53 days with a probability of project completion is 86.65%.

Keywords : Project Management, CPM,PERT, Activities


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