man-day estimate was 29. When 29 is divided by 434 the answer is 0.07 weighted percent.
Obviously, for master activities not started the WIP is zero percent and for completed master activities the WIP is 100 percent. For master activities that are partially complete, the crew leader must look at the status of the individual construction activities. Table 2-2 is expanded from figure 2-25 for master activity 30, foundation/slab.
In evaluating the progress on master activity 30 you can see that you have completed the prefab of the forms and the RST. These construction activities represent 17 and 20 percent of the master activity. For the set forms/RST activity you obtained the 50 percent complete by actual measurement. Do not use man-days expended, for they have nothing to do with WIP. In this case you measured and determined that one-half of the forms and RST have already been set. Set forms/RST represents 40 percent of the master activity, since you are half done you get credit for 20 percent. Add the 20 percent plus the previous 17 percent and 20 percent for a total of 57 percent completion for master activity 30.
Project percent complete represents that por- tion of the work completed on the master activity that contributes to the overall project comple- tion. You get the project percent complete by multiplying the weighted percent by the master activity percent complete (WIP) for each activity. Look at figure 2-25 master activity 20, underslab utilities. The project percent complete was determined by multiplying the weighted percent of 0.07 times the percent WIP of 80 to get a project percent complete of 5.6 (0.07 x 80 = 5.6).
Actual percent complete for the project is the total of the project 90 complete column. For the example in figure 2-25 the actual percent complete for this project is 14.2 percent. You will need to record the scheduled percent complete at the bottom of the SITREP feeder. You need to compare the actual progress to the scheduled progress. The scheduled percent complete comes from either the Deployment Execution Plan (within the first 45 days of the deployment) or the Revised Deployment Execution Plan (after the 45-day review). The allowable percent deviation between actual WIP and scheduled WIP is shown in table 2-3.
If the actual WIP is less than the scheduled WIP by more than the percentage shown in table 2-3, the battalion must advise 2ndNCB/3rdNCB by message. This message must contain a plan detailing how to get the project back on track. It must also request approval for any required changes to the battalion level I or the project level II in the revised deployment execution plan.
Man-days remaining area reflection of how much work remains to be done on the project. Man-days remaining has nothing whatsoever to do with how many man-days have been expended. For master activities that are complete (see master activity 10, fig. 2-25) the man-days remaining are zero. For master
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