Start to Finish

Here is an example for start to finish relationship

Let us consider a scenario

Roof slab concrete is to be poured to a structure which is an expansion to an existing building. The formwork is done, the reinforcements have been done and dowel rods from the existing building have been tied. The sepcification says a coat of Epoxy is to be applied to the existing concrete surface before pouring concrete to have good bond between old and new concrete. Now let us consider two activities here. First activity is "Pour Concrete" and the second activity is "Apply Epoxy".

"Apply Epoxy" can finish only just before pouring concrete. So "Apply Epoxy"'s finish depends on stsrt of "Pour Concrete"

Note: Pouring of concrete is always done before the Epoxy starts setting or hardening.

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