Choosing the Linear Method

Planning a pipeline project is never an easy process. ROW (Right Of Way) selection, land acquisition, environmental constraints, crossings, access to the ROW and seasonal considerations all come into play when trying to optimize the construction execution plan. The traditional approach has been to incorporate all this into a CPM planning tool such as Primavera™ […]

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Planning a pipeline project is never an easy process. ROW (Right Of Way) selection, land acquisition, environmental constraints, crossings, access to the ROW and seasonal considerations all come into play when trying to optimize the construction execution plan. The traditional approach has been to incorporate all this into a CPM planning tool such as Primavera™ or MS Project™ to develop a Gantt chart representation of the execution sequence of the project and then progress against this plan. Unfortunately, these typical planning tools do not give a project team any indication of where and when the work was completed. Often, it is left to the construction manager to keep track of completed sections by marking alignment sheets.

Tunnel: Burgtunnel

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