A Review Paper on Critical Chain Project Management Method in Construction Project

Divyesh Sharma, Sonam Yadav


Present research is oriented and focuses to analyze construction project management technique and methodology for under construction buildings taken as a live practical case for research as a problem location, i.e. the critical chain project management (CCPM). The research is identified to show offers and effect of CCPM technique to improve project performance and help decision for manager for improvement in existing method of construction and its planning. It is required to plan and design CPM and CCPM together, as CPM never offers execution methodology and must be subordinate to CCPM for execution of on time and under controlled cost project completion. The trends and original time and operational sequence records are collected for considered building construction cases to identify and trace overall activities on time scale. MSP (Microsoft Project) software is used to record data and to find critical path for building construction. The aim is to reduce time and hence cost of project utilizing CCPM and MSP together. Suggestions are scientifically implemented for activity and sequence of activities to improve project time. Improved suggested project schedule is compared with existing schedule to show results in comparative format with graphs and charts to prove effectiveness of CCPM and MSP utility.

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