Cost Optimization by Resource Allocation of an Ongoing Project Using Primavera P6


  • Prof. M. C. Paliwal M.Tech. Scholar, Department of Construction Technology and Management Engineering, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Bhopal, M.P, India
  • Divya Chouriya Professor, Department of Construction Technology and Management Engineering, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Bhopal, M.P, India



Primavera P6, Gantt Chart, Time-Cost Comparison, Cpm Network, Resource Allocation, Project Scheduling


The development business assumes noteworthy part in the economy of creating nations. For instance, in numerous creating nations, significant development exercises represent around 80% of the aggregate capital resources, 10 % of their GDP, and over half of the riches put resources into settled resources. Moreover, the industry gives high business opportunity, most likely next after agribusiness. In spite of the development business' huge commitment to the economy of creating nations and the basic part it plays in those nations advancement, the execution of the business still remains by and large low. As noted, numerous ventures in creating nations experience extensive time and cost invades neglects to understand their expected advantage or even completely ended and surrendered previously or after their finish. Also, the improvement of the development business in creating nations by and large falls a long ways behind from different ventures in those nations and their partners in created countries. The development business in creating nations neglected to meet desires for governments, customers and society overall.


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How to Cite

Paliwal, P. M. C., & Chouriya, D. (2019). Cost Optimization by Resource Allocation of an Ongoing Project Using Primavera P6. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 5(9), 1–7.