PROJECT SCHEDULING AS AN EFFECTIVE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TOOLS; A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN COMMUNICATION COMMISSION (N.C.C) LEARNING CENTRE AT IBE-AGWA NIKE ENUGU STATE

Author:Eneh Benjamin Chukwuemeka
Department:Building
Affiliation:Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

This project is a comprehensive research on project planning and control as an effective construction management tool; A case study of Nigeria
Communication Commission (N.C.C.) learning centre at Ibeagwa Nike Enugu state. This study aim at assessing project planning and control as an effective construction. Thus the objective of this study develops effective construction planning tool in construction, Determine necessary management tools in construction, Develops the organizational and resource planning in construction and examines the cost estimated and budget in construction project management as an attempt to put together the best possible team in order to achieve a common objective within time, cost and performance. project management, prior to launching a project, identifies the irrelevant costs, reduces wastage of resources and ensures cost effectiveness in the longer run. In the literature review Secondly, The method adopted for the study. It describes procedure used which includes Area of study, Research design,
Sources of data (primary & secondary sources) and method of data analysis; critical path analysis CPA (Network Analysis) and Gantt bar chart of
construction schedule was adopted. Thirdly, The analysis of the result was based on sequence of operations of ongoing structural project and findings revealed that the necessary data for the preparation of project scheduling are as follows; Working drawing with details & specification of all component and works involved, Accepted technological methods for each processes, Bill of Quantity (B.O.Q) of the project and Duration of the contract time etc.
Finally, The study therefore recommends that the management should clearly assign the responsibility and authority for project implementation.

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