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Productivity Improvement Session 2. The Four Phases of the Construction Process. Interfacing the Supervisor with the Estimate. Supervisor should meet with the estimator during the bid preparation and provide construction productivity information to the estimator.

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Productivity Improvement

Session 2

An AGC Construction Learning Tool

the four phases of the construction process
The Four Phases of the Construction Process

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interfacing the supervisor with the estimate
Interfacing the Supervisor with the Estimate
  • Supervisor should meet with the estimator during the bid preparation and provide construction productivity information to the estimator.
  • The supervisor should review the estimate to identify the “vital few” and the “useful many.”
  • Supervisor reviews contract drawings and specifications to determine base bid work and potential change order work.
  • Supervisor reviews project supplementary conditions to identify unique project clauses that may cause the supervisor difficulties if they are overlooked.
  • Supervisor should “sign off” that pre-planning tasks have been performed.

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criteria for identifying the vital few
Criteria for Identifying the Vital Few
  • Cost of the work
  • Risk or variation in the production process
  • Work tasks that dictate or drive the project schedule
  • Work tasks the firm and supervisor have seldom done previously

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pre planning production budgets 1 calculate needed production per day
Pre-Planning Production Budgets(1. Calculate needed production per day)

Quantity of work to perform = 20,000 sfca

Divided by number of work days = 10 days

Equals = 2,000 sfca/day

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pre planning production budgets 2 calculate production rate performed per crew hour
Pre-Planning Production Budgets(2. Calculate production rate performed per crew-hour)

(5 craft-hours) x (10 sfca) = (50 sfca)

(crew-hour) (craft-hour) (crew-hour)

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pre planning production budgets 3 calculate production performed by the crew per day
Pre-Planning Production Budgets(3. Calculate production performed by the crew per day)

(8 crew-hours) x (50 sfca) = (400 sfca)

(day) (crew-hour) (day)

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pre planning production budgets 4 calculate number of crews required
Pre-Planning Production Budgets(4. Calculate number of crews required)

(2,000 sfca) divided by (400 sfca) = (5 crews)

(day) (day/per crew)

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