Get PMWeb SaaS Document Management Repository For Unlimited Number of Projects At US$ 11,500 Per Annum

CMCS is pleased to offer you with PMWeb Document Management Repository for Engineering and Construction Projects. The solution is 100% SaaS with zero investment on data centers and hosting.

For Only US$ 11,500 for Year One and US$ 10,500 For Follow On Years You Get the following:

  1. A SaaS Document Management Repository for unlimited number of projects for all 10 Users
  2. 100 GB of Data Storage that Can Be Increased
  3. 5 FULL NAMED + 5 GUEST NAMED USERS (CONCURRENT USERS OPTION ALSO AVAILABLE)
  4. Access To PMWeb Engineering Forms (Safety Incident, RFI, Submittal, Transmittal, Drawing, Daily Reports, Snag List, Meeting Minutes, Actions and Correspondence) for all 10 Named Users
  5. Access to PMWeb Cost Management Module (Budget, Budget Request, Commitments, Anticipated Change Orders, Change Orders, Progress Invoices, A/P Payments, Forecast To Complete, Contracts, Change Orders, Requisitions, A/R Payments, Funding Requests and Authorizations, Cost Worksheet and Others) for 5 FULL NAMED USERS
  6. Centralized Directory for All Companies and Contacts that your company do business with including their insurance, contacts and other required details
  7. Centralized Directory of All Labor and Non-Labor Resources for your Company and Other Organizations you Work With

For Additional Details Please check PMWeb Document Management For Engineering and Construction Projects and 04 PMWeb Document Manager_v14.1

CMCS Will be pleased to provide you any additional details that you might require.

TMS01 P6 USERS – BASIC TRAINING PART 1

P6 Baseline Schedule Requirements
Required P6 Activity Codes
Required P6 UDF’s (User Defined Fields)
Baseline Schedule Checks
XML Baseline Export from P6

TMS Baseline Setup
Project Creation
Project Settings
Calendar & Timescales
Define/Import Main Weighting Structure
Define/Import Main Weighting Structure Codes Library
Define/Import Activity Distribution Profiles
Map & Import XML Files with Baseline Schedule Data
Baseline Inconsistency Checks
Calculate Baseline Early, Late and Average Progress
Activity Codes Library
Create Alternative Weighting Structures
Baseline Progress View Checks
Baseline Progress Curves Checks
Q&A on Web Session 1
Practical Excercise on Web Session 1

G831 Your Gate to Planning and Scheduling Workshop

Learning Outcome

  • Gain a thorough background in the concepts of planning and scheduling.
  • Cover Scheduling techniques.
  • This course leads you through hands-on workshops that create and track an entire project to completion all workshops and instruction.
  • Use the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs.
  • Create a project with activities and resources
  • Calculate a schedule
  • Maintaining the Project Documents Library
  • Creating Relationships
  • Scheduling
  • Defining Resources
  • Analyzing Resources and Costs
  • Optimizing the Project Plan
  • Base lining the Project Plan
  • Analyzing Resources

Who Should Attend

This course is targeted for junior with limited or no previous management experience, Project Management team members, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success, in addition this course is an excellent advancement for university graduates wishing to start a career in the project management area.

What Industries

Government ,Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive ,Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales ,Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards.

Course Outline

  • Purpose of Planning
  • Planning Cycle
  • Level of Planning
  • Creating a Project Plan
  • Understanding Planning and Scheduling Methods
  • Understanding your project
  • Understand Contract Document
  • Study Contract Document, Bill of Quantity and Drawings
  • Workshop
  • Understanding and study the project in more details
  • Reviewing project steps / phases
  • Study site layout, drawings and BOQ
  • Define activity, activity ID and WBS
  • Select the criteria to breakdown the project stage, Position, BOQ
  • Original duration and calculation
  • Workshop
  • Relationships
  • Define relationship types
  • Define float types
  • Workshop
  • Resource analysis and method of calculation
  • Definition

P891 Deltek Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360

Most large Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) projects incur cost and schedule overruns because they are overly aggressive and unrealistic in nature.

Who Should Attend

This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers.

In What Industries

Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards

Course Outline

This two-day training course introduces the basic features and functions of Acumen Fuse® and includes an optional lesson on Acumen 360™ project acceleration.

Chapter 1: Acumen Fuse

Day One:

  • Introduction and overview of Acumen Fuse
  • Linking to and importing project data
  • Fuse schedule critique
  • Assessing cost forecast accuracy
  • Tracking execution performance
  • Driving logic analysis
  • Performing a project forensic analysis
  • Report generation
  • Schedule Cleanser™

Day Two:

  • Metric building and editing
  • Standardizing metrics company-wide
  • Analyzing risk model realism
  • Schedule acceleration overview
  • Writing acceleration scripts
  • Evaluating scenarios

Chapter 2: Acumen 360

Acumen 360

  • Introduction and overview of Acumen 360
  • Schedule acceleration overview
  • Writing acceleration scripts
  • “What-If…” analysis
  • Evaluating scenarios

P728 TILOS 8.0 Advanced Course, for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines

TILOS (TIme LOcation System) is planning software for managing linear construction projects, basically utilities and infrastructure projects. It can be used in different construction industries, like Highway, Railway, Metro, Fast Tram, Pipeline and Tunnel Construction, but also in Water Engineering or Transmission Line Building.

Traditional planning systems display their results in bar charts or network diagrams. Linear projects present unique challenges because the crews and equipment move along the construction right-of-way to perform their work. Permits, environmental constraints, construction related issues and risk elements are easily incorporated into the plan to give a single overall view of the project. Neither of the traditional diagrams are able to show a graphical link between the location where the work is performed (the distance axis) and the time when it is executed (the time axis).

TILOS is used to incorporate design details, construction challenges, risk elements and your project schedule in a single view. It is fully integrated with the leading CPM scheduling tools. It is simply the best tool for planning and managing linear projects.

Who Should Attend

This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers.

In What Type of Projects

Highways, Roads, Railways, Metro, Tunnels, Pipelines, Ducts and Culverts, Power Transmission, Solar Cells, Wind Farms, High Rise Buildings and any type of linear project.

Course Outline

  • Creating and using calendars
  • Further library elements and exchanging library items
  • Layer and filter techniques, Sorting and Grouping
  • Time based Gantt Chart and Distance based Gantt Chart
  • Task Dependency tables based on Predecessors and Successors
  • Data exchange between TILOS – Excel, Primavera, MS Project, Asta Powerproject
  • Resource and cost planning & controlling on time – distance axis
  • Task calculation with resource assignment
  • Evaluation: cost and resource histograms / resource bar charts
  • Exercises
  • Linear progress management: Baselining, Comparison of planned and actual data
  • Multiple project and Contractor management
  • Mass Haulage Planning and Controlling
  • Clash detection management
  • Creating and working with own project templates
  • Analyzing Linear Project Case Study in Tilos

Exercises

P727 TILOS 8.0 Basic Course, for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines

TILOS (TIme LOcation System) is planning software for managing linear construction projects, basically utilities and infrastructure projects. It can be used in different construction industries, like Highway-, Railway-, Metro-, Fast Tram-, Pipeline- and Tunnel Construction, but also in Water Engineering or Transmission Line Building.

Traditional planning systems display their results in bar charts or network diagrams. Linear projects present unique challenges because the crews and equipment move along the construction right-of-way to perform their work. Permits, environmental constraints, construction related issues and risk elements are easily incorporated into the plan to give a single overall view of the project. Neither of the traditional diagrams are able to show a graphical link between the location where the work is performed (the distance axis) and the time when it is executed (the time axis).

TILOS is used to incorporate design details, construction challenges, risk elements and your project schedule in a single view. It is fully integrated with the leading CPM scheduling tools. It is simply the best tool for planning and managing linear projects.

Who Should Attend

This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers.

In What Type of Projects

Highways, Roads, Railways, Metro, Tunnels, Pipelines, Ducts and Culverts, Power Transmission, Solar Cells, Wind Farms, High Rise Buildings and any type of linear project.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Linear Planning and Scheduling Concept
  • Understanding and using the graphical user interface (GUI)
  • Creating TILOS project files / project template concept
  • Creating objects / tasks including task calculation, color scheme, annotation and structure
  • Creating and using task templates and task groups
  • Inserting, positioning and processing of graphics like drawings etc.
  • Linking tasks and rescheduling
  • Modeling task calculation types for duration, productivity rate, quantity estimations
  • Analyzing Linear Project Case Study in Tilos
  • Exercises
  • Layout and cell concept
  • Creating own views and cell systems
  • Creating and using distance profile diagrams and histograms
  • Creating and using time profile diagrams and histograms
  • Cell contents: time-distance diagram, scales and grids
  • Gantt charts
  • Commenting the view: legends, logos, stamp fields
  • Time – Distance diagram printing
  • Analyzing Linear Project Case Study in Tilos
  • Exercises