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Chainlink Shape and Offset Reference Sheets

Chainlink Bar Shapes How to represent activities is a key decision when producing Time Chainage charts. Some activities suit being presented as lines progressing across the works, others are suited to being blocks indicating occupancy of an area. Chainlink offers...

Can a Risk Adjusted Schedule use P80 dates?

Occasionally when undertaking a Schedule Risk Analysis, the question gets asked “Can we create a risk...

Using P6 Activity Counts to review your schedule

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,...

Schedule Levels and Schedule Silos

A timely LinkedIn post by Kul Bhushan Uppal, served as a reminder on the purpose of schedule levels and issues around the use of these. What are Schedule Levels? AACEi Recommended Practice (RP) 27R-03 - Schedule Classification System, provides a useful definition:...

Relationship Float, and viewing in Primavera P6

The following article aims to explain Relationship Float and how to view these...