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How to incorporate operational interruptions ...

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Billy Hui
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How to incorporate operational interruptions into construction scheduling ( MSP and P3) ?

Operational interruptions means those prescheduled or probabilistic events such as holidays or breaks as set in resource/activity calendars, equipment breakdowns (updating progressed schedule) or any environmental delays etc.

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Best regards,

Billy Hui

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Billy Hui
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Dear Paul,

Thank you for your advice. I will post it again to the correct place. I have overlooked this matter.

At first, I have the same idea with you. Now, I believe the answer may not be so simple.

Best regards,

Billy
Paul Maddocks
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Welcome to PP Billy Hui,

I think you need to post this item in "Primavera Project Planner - P3" forum for a better selection of replies.

By way of an answer, if you are talking about allowing for activities to be interupted by unscheduled events during the progress of a project, in the Dates area of the Activities form you can suspend an activity that has been interupted by inserting a Suspend date and a Resume date.

Is this what you had in mind?

Paul