BOSTON, MA - Last evening, Murat Kilic, PSP, presented to the Boston section of AACE on the Half Step Schedule Analysis. As a matter of common practice, scheduling specifications require “raw update schedules”, which include only progress, as well as the typical schedule updates which include progress, and schedule revisions. The Half-Step Schedule Analysis is performed prospectively and retrospectively for construction projects to segregate the progress from non-progress revisions. Murat’s presentation simplified the Contemporaneous Period Analysis-Split Methodology (MIP 3.4), and addressed the necessary steps to develop the half-step schedule update. Murat expanded further on this topic by discussing how this methodology is used to unmask the actual delays on projects to develop a greater understanding of root causes of delay.
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