- take into account the types, skills and quantity of available personnel
- consider the availability of materials
- consider the type and quantity of available equipment
- allow sufficient time for procurement, manufacture and delivery of items
- allow for normal adverse weather
- cater for specific client demands
- clearly identify different activities and their durations
- be in sufficient detail so progress can be monitored
- establish and identify relationships between the activities
- allow time for commissioning
- show when access and information is required
- allow for connecting to existing services
- show completion milestones
A project schedule, (program, programme or Gant Chart) is an important tool to monitor project progress. However a properly constructed schedule must:
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