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analysis manhours peak and associated manpower curve..

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hanson California
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Dear All Planner,

 

My company testerday asked me to analysis on our subcontractor manhours peak and associated manpower curve..

Any information how I can do thjat using P6??

 

Thank you all,

 

HANSON

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Leo Man
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Draw the Man-Hour S-curve , then compare with the provided man powewr schedule for each sub-contractor .

hanson California
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Chris,

 

Thank you very much and YES, I do have electronic copy and I can send it to you if you don't mind?

 

Thank you,

 

HANSON

Christopher Hall
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Hanson,

What are you looking to determine from your analysis?  Fit/ Limit/ anticipated average peak manpower/ average over peak/ productivity/ over manning etc?

Do you have an electronic copy of the programme?

Regards,

Chris Hall

D Artagnan
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Make a histogram and you will see if from there.