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ASTM Manual addresses job productivity measurement.
Press Release Summary:
Jan 11, 2013 - Available from ASTM International, Manual 65, Application of ASTM E2691, Standard Practice for Job Productivity Measurement includes individual efficiencies of labor and other resources, general contractor vs. subcontractor models, scheduling, planning, jobsite flow, on-site correction to reduce waste, and case studies. Topics cover system productivity, construction financial models, labor productivity, common cause variation, and billing based on JPM.
Original Press Release
ASTM International Releases New Manual on Standard Practice for Job Productivity Measurement
Press release date: Jan 09, 2013
This comprehensive manual describes the user’s experience with ASTM E2691, Standard Practice for Job Productivity Measurement (JPM). This manual includes individual efficiencies of labor and other resources, general contractor vs. subcontractor models, scheduling, planning, jobsite flow, on-site correction to reduce waste and case studies.
• System productivity,
• Construction financial models,
• Labor productivity,
• JPM case applications,
• Common cause variation, and
• Billing based on JPM.
Manual 65, Application of ASTM E2691, Standard Practice for Job Productivity Measurement, is available for $79 USD in print (ISBN: 978-0-8031-7037-7; Stock # MNL65) or as an E-Book (ISBN: 978-0-8031-7039-1; Stock #: MNL65-EB).
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