Building a Mechanical Schedule with Troy Aichele

Building a Mechanical Schedule with Troy Aichele

Building a Mechanical Schedule with Troy Aichele

Tuesday, March 5, 2024 (7:45 AM - 4:00 PM) (CST)

Description

This workshop is for Project Managers, Assistant Project, Managers, and Estimators looking to learn the basics of one of the most critical tasks in construction for mitigating project risk, protecting your estimate assumptions, as well as estimated crew size, workflow, and productivity: How to build a Mechanical Schedule.
Participants will learn the following from this workshop:

Top 10 items to extract and track from the Baseline CPM.

The Keys to a successful schedule.

What you need to build a Mechanical Schedule.

The steps in building a Mechanical Schedule:

How to identify the Critical Path and analyze a resource loaded schedule

Practice first-hand manually building (from Pre-Project Planning through Commissioning) a

Mechanical Schedule using a case-study project and estimate

Pull-Planning basics and how to apply towards building a Project Commissioning/Closeout Schedule

Pre-construction / Pre-Project Planning

Estimate breakdown

Schedule framework

Defining and sequencing activities

Estimating task durations

Applying logic, relationships, and resources to tasks

Monitoring, measuring, and managing progress and productivity

How to identify the Critical Path and analyze a resource loaded schedule

Practice first-hand manually building (from Pre-Project Planning through Commissioning) Mechanical Schedule using a case-study project and estimate.

Pull-Planning basics and how to apply towards building a Project Commissioning/Closeout Schedule


Reccomended for Project Managers, Assistant Project, Managers, and Estimators.

Troy Aichele has spent 30 years in the mechanical construction industry, with extensive experience in office buildings, high-rise, hospitality, hospitals, casinos, and schools in both remodel and new construction environments. Troy is recognized as an effective team builder as well as a leader in business and sales planning, scheduling, cost-control, design, constructability, value engineering, and labor productivity. Troy expediently problem solves with personnel ranging from field workers, contractors, engineers, architects, accountants, purchasing, insurance and bonding agents, auditors, and developers on large scale projects that differ in teams, schedule, location, and design. While Troy was growing his career as a mechanical contractor, he pursued his passion to contribute to both local and national mechanical affiliations and contribute to the education and training of current and future mechanical contractors. To serve the former, Troy served on Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) Board of Directors, John R. Gentille Foundation (formally MCERF) Board of Trustees and as Chairman of the MCAA’s Career Development Committee overseeing more than 60 student chapters in North America and managing the annual National Student Chapter Competition.

MMCA Training Center
10590 Wayzata Blvd. Ste. 100
Hopkins, MN 55305 United States


We are located off the north frontage road behind the Hampton Inn & Suites in building marked Woodside V. 

Note: The building front doors do not unlock until 7:30 am.

Event Contact
Sophie Thaden
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Tuesday, March 5, 2024 (7:45 AM - 4:00 PM) (CST)

7:45 am - 8:15 am Breakfast 

8:15 am - 4:00 pm Seminar (including lunch & breaks)

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Project Management
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