Prepared for the American College of Construction Lawyers 2012 annual meeting, this paper compares and contrasts the traditional critical path method of construction planning with location-based scheduling principles.
Most construction firms are familiar with the critical path method, as it has been the widely accepted scheduling methodology with a long-standing legal history. Location-based scheduling, however, continues to make impressive strides, as it has been adopted by many progressive Owners throughout the world. Its emphasis on production rates and labor efficiencies appears in sharp contrast to claims and litigation.
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