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New to Delay Analysis—Seeking Immediate Guidance, Please

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Md Sakib Islam
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Greetings to everyone

Hi

I am currently working on a delay analysis, and to be very honest, this is my first time tackling such a task. I am feeling quite stuck and could really need some help. I would be incredibly grateful if anyone could offer me some advice or pointers.
Here in UAE, we noticed a delay, during Ramadan time.our time has reduced from 8 hours a day to 6 hours a day. but we were getting work permit only for 3 hours a day.
So how can I estimate in Primavera that which activity is getting affected by this and by how much duration it is getting affected. Please help.

Renzo Constenla B...
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Hello

 

the solution is that mentioned by Mr. Kelly.

Just to indicate that this problematic (time deviation, delay analysis, extension of time, etc) related to  forensic analysis is very interesting in planning/scheduling. There are several approaches to time impact analysis. Try with AACE recommended practices (among others).

Regards

david kelly
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Take a baseline.

Annotate all of the activities, perhaps with a code value, that have had their working day reduced to 3 hours

Run a Global Change, which alters the calendar of those activities to three hours per day

Reschedule

Baseline reports will show deviations cuased by the reduction of working hours

david kelly
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Take a baseline.

Annotate all of the activities, perhaps with a code value, that have had their working day reduced to 3 hours

Run a Global Change, which alters the calendar of those activities to three hours per day

Reschedule

Baseline reports will show deviations cuased by the reduction of working hours