Specialist Project Planning Services
Construction and Engineering Organisations
Graphical Path Planning
Graphical Path Planning uses Netpoint® and GPM scheduling to offer an visual, innovative and collaborative approach to project planning, scheduling and schedule risk analysis.
Schedule Risk Analyses
Schedule Risk Analysis is a method for analysing and managing time related risks on such projects.
Time Location Reporting
Time Location Schedule Reporting provides a visual representation of project schedules, ideally suited to Linear Projects
Project Planning and Scheduling
Australasian Project Planning can provide a range of services covering Project Planning, Programming (Scheduling) and Controls.
Come visit the Safran Risk booth at the RISK2016 Conference, Swissotel Sydney, Wednesday 18 to Friday 20 May, Sydney, Australia. Australasian Project Planning and Salcon Petroleum Services will be hosting the booth, feature Safran Risk and and demonstrating the latest...read more
Quantitative Risk Analysis Simulation Quantitative Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis often uses the Monte Carlo method of simulation to model the impacts of various risks. By using variable rather than fixed (deterministic) values, the simulation generates random values...read more
While there are many great tools now available to analyse and present P6 schedule metrics (such as XER Schedule Toolkit) in great detail, there is a quick and easy method to run a limited number of these checks within P6 itself, Showing P6 Activity Counts P6 Activity...read more