JP2000250975A - Progress schedule generation system - Google Patents

Progress schedule generation system

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JP2000250975A
JP2000250975A JP17773499A JP17773499A JP2000250975A JP 2000250975 A JP2000250975 A JP 2000250975A JP 17773499 A JP17773499 A JP 17773499A JP 17773499 A JP17773499 A JP 17773499A JP 2000250975 A JP2000250975 A JP 2000250975A
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Keisuke Sakagami
敬介 阪上
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Abstract

(57) [Summary] [Problem] To provide a process chart creation system that can create a process chart in which machines, labor and the like are optimized based on an execution budget, and can reduce the cost of the execution budget. In a process chart creation system, a means for creating a process chart indicating a construction period for each type of work from an execution budget, a means for performing daily tallying of work types and resources based on the process chart, Alternatively, a correction means for adjusting the date of the resource and changing the process is provided. ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, execution budget data is automatically converted and a process chart can be created quickly and accurately. In addition, the process chart can be easily modified,
The details of the correction can be reflected in the execution budget. Therefore, it is possible to determine the optimal process by arbitrarily changing the process while checking the amount of the execution budget and the distribution state of the resources required for the work, and it is possible to reduce the construction cost.

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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a process schedule creating system for creating a process schedule which defines a period of each type of work included in a construction from an execution budget plan for civil engineering and the like.
The present invention relates to a process chart creating system capable of easily averaging resources.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art When setting up a construction budget for civil engineering work and the like, an execution budget is created based on a design document, which is integrated data created by estimation, and actual data of past construction work. The “execution budget” is a concrete execution plan from the viewpoint of cost for each work of contract work such as civil engineering work, and it is the target value of cost management for the entire period from the start to the end of the work. is there. In the execution budget, the amount of actual contracted work can be calculated by the company.
That is, the design document is created using, for example, general materials, machines, unit prices, and the like, which are determined by an administrative organization or the like. Predict your costs by calculating.

Next, the period of each type of work included in the construction is determined based on the execution budget. Then, a table showing the input period of each type of construction and resources is the process chart. The conventional process schedule creation system creates a process schedule by referring to the execution budget, and manually creates a process schedule by manually inputting a period and the like for each work type and resource.

[0004]

In the above-described conventional process schedule creation system, the work process and resource allocation are performed based on the creator's experience independently of the execution budget creation and the cost management process of the construction. Decisions were made and the process schedule was created manually, which was troublesome and time-consuming. Also,
There is also a problem that it is not possible to quickly re-create a process plan when a process is changed.

[0005] The present invention solves the above-mentioned conventional problems, creates a process schedule in which machines and labor are optimized based on an execution budget, and minimizes the waiting time for humans and machines. An object of the present invention is to provide a process chart creation system that can reduce the cost of an execution budget.

[0006]

In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present invention provides a process chart creating system for creating a process chart showing a construction period for each type of work from an execution budget, in a process chart creating system, Based on the process chart, pile means for daily summation of work types and resources, change means for adjusting the work type or date of resources in the process chart according to instructions and changing the process, and creating the process chart as necessary And input / output means for displaying output information of the stacking means and inputting the instruction for changing a process.

According to the present invention, it is possible to quickly and accurately create a process chart by automatically converting execution budget data. Also,
The process chart can be easily modified, and the details of the modification can be reflected in the execution budget. Therefore, it is possible to determine the optimal process by arbitrarily changing the process while checking the amount of the execution budget and the distribution state of the resources required for the work, and it is possible to reduce the construction cost.

[0008]

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a functional block diagram showing a configuration of a process chart creation system according to an embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 1, the execution budget data is obtained by converting design document data output from a system for estimating construction costs and creating a design document into execution budget data using a conversion table or the like, or Enter manually.

The process chart creating means 11 is a means for creating a process chart 12 based on the execution budget 10. Piling means 1
Reference numeral 3 denotes a unit that calculates a required quantity of workers, machines, and the like based on the process chart 12, integrates the required resource amounts, and displays the total. The process correcting means 14 is a means for performing a process called "mountain leveling" in the industry and semi-automatically adjusting the process period and the required resource amount. The process modification means 14 adjusts the required amount of resources for the construction to the amount of usable resources and updates the schedule to an optimal schedule.

If the execution budget changes as a result of the process modification, the execution budget data is updated by the budget correction means 15. A resource schedule is created based on the optimal schedule, and a resource arrangement plan and a final execution budget are output. Note that such a system can be realized by, for example, executing a program having the above-described functions on a personal computer or a workstation including well-known standard hardware.

FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram showing a data relationship in the process chart creating system according to the embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 3 is a flowchart showing an outline of processing in the process chart creating system according to the embodiment of the present invention. In FIGS. 2 and 3, an integration system 20 related to a process chart creation (cost management) system 40 according to the present invention is shown.
Also, the execution budget system 30 is illustrated, but these systems are not essential to the practice of the present invention.

The estimating system 20 creates an estimate or a design document for the construction based on the specifications of the construction and referring to the contents of the design unit price DB 21 (S10). The design unit price DB 21 is a DB in which, for example, a name, a unit, a unit price, and a unit price code used for estimation in an administrative organization or the like are input in advance. The design document 22 created in the accumulating system 20 is printed / output as a design document and is also input to the execution budget creation system 30. When the integrating system 20 is not used, for example, the design
Enter 4.

In the execution budget creation system 30, a conversion table 33 corresponding to the design document 22 is generated based on the contents of the conversion table DB 31 and the execution unit price DB 32 (S11, S12). Then, this conversion table 33
Executes design document 22 by using budget data (budget document) 35
(S13). The contents of the design unit price DB 21 or the actual unit price DB 41 can be referred to as the unit price data.

The data items stored in the conversion table DB 31 include a source unit price code, a destination unit price code, a quantity rate, a unit rate, and a selection method (standard, update date, number of conversions). Standard conversion items are registered in the conversion table DB 31 in advance. The execution unit price DB 32 is a DB in which the names of resources to be used in the case of performing work by the company and expected unit prices are input. The stored data items include a unit price code, a name, a unit, and a unit price. In the execution unit price DB 32,
First, standard daily construction quantity data for each representative type of construction is created, and the standard type of construction and company resources are registered in advance. The conversion table 33 is manually edited as necessary, and the changed contents, the conversion results, and the like are reflected in the conversion table DB or the execution unit price DB.

The execution budget data (budget book) 35 is printed / output and input to the cost management system 40. As will be described later, referring to the daily work amount DB 45, the actual work is performed based on the budget book 41. A schedule 42 showing the schedule is created, and the places where resources are concentrated are adjusted (S14 to S21). That is, first, the start order of each type of construction is determined and piled up. If the allocation of resources is appropriate, the process ends. If not, a leveling operation is performed. Based on the result, a budget document is displayed. If the budget is appropriate, the process is terminated. Otherwise, the process of stacking and leveling is repeated. Then, the construction is performed based on the completed schedule 42. Daily progress of construction is entered as a daily report,
The actual cost is calculated based on the daily report data (S2
2). Then, the actual unit price based on the actual cost is automatically stored in the actual unit price DB 44 (S23).

FIG. 4 is a flow chart showing the contents of the process chart creation process in S14 of FIG. In S30,
Read one item from the budget document. In S31, it is determined whether or not all the items have been read. If the determination result is affirmative, the process ends, but if the determination result is negative, the process proceeds to S32. In S32, it is determined whether the read item is a work item (resource item). If the determination result is negative, the process returns to S30, but if affirmative, the process proceeds to S33.

In S33, it is determined whether or not the read type of work item exists in the daily construction amount DB45. If the determination result is affirmative, the process proceeds to S34, and if the determination result is negative, S35.
Move to. In S34, the daily construction amount of the corresponding type of work is read out from the daily construction amount DB, and the construction days = (construction amount of construction / construction amount per day) is calculated to obtain the construction days. In S35, the number of construction days is 10
Days. In S36, the obtained construction days are written in the construction days column of the item of the corresponding work type and lower-order resources in the work type process chart. The construction start date is the first day of the construction period.

FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing the contents of the pile display process in S15 of FIG. In S40,
The process chart and the budget data which is the basic data of the process chart are read. In S41, the amount of resources per day is obtained by dividing the number of resources in the budget data for each resource by the number of days in the process chart. In S42, the resource amounts of the same unit price item (resource) on the same date are totaled. In S43, it is determined whether or not the processing has been completed for all items of the budget data. If the determination result is negative, the process returns to S40, but if affirmative, the process proceeds to S44. In S44, the total value of the daily quantity of each type of work for the resource selected to be displayed is displayed by, for example, a bar graph or the like.

In the pile display, the pile of the item with the cursor in the resource list is displayed, and when the cursor is switched, the pile is also switched in conjunction. Items for which the pile exceeds the maximum value are displayed in red, indicating that leveling is required. The pile is obtained by dividing the resource quantity of each work by the work period excluding holidays and adding the amount required per day for each type of work. The work to be piled up is performed by work designation and contractor designation. This allows workers and others to
You can see how many people are needed throughout the construction. To see piles that include other works, create extraction conditions for multiple works. The designation of construction works not only for piles but also for schedules and resource processes.

Next, a description will be given of mountain leveling which is an adjustment process of a process chart. As a result of piled up, for the place where resources are concentrated, "mountain leveling" is performed and the process is adjusted,
Create a process that does not waste resources such as machines. In addition, the period of use of machines and equipment is shortened, and the overall construction period is shortened. As a result, the cost is reduced. In mountain leveling, if the work start date can be advanced within a range not exceeding the maximum value from the maximum value of the pile and each resource, the start date is advanced. Conversely, if the pile exceeds the maximum value, the pile is adjusted to fall within the maximum value by, for example, delaying the work start date or extending the work period.

Next, a method of adjusting the steps will be described.
Process adjustments include moving the construction period and changing the length of the construction period (stretching, shortening). Further, when the period is changed, a selection operation of fixing the total amount of resources or fixing the daily amount is also possible. Multiple construction types are related,
If the next type cannot be executed unless another type is completed, the type is connected. A plurality of types can be connected to one type, but one type cannot be connected to a plurality of types. Basically, the connected works are moved as a group in the subsequent editing, but only the start date of a specific work can be changed. However, the connected works cannot have overlapping work periods. If the work periods overlap, the previous or subsequent works will also move at the same time.

When one process on the process chart is divided into several processes, the process is decomposed. When the number of decompositions is set, the gauge displays the quantity obtained by equally dividing the total quantity. Adjust each quantity as needed and perform disassembly. When a plurality of types are connected, the first division is set. Other subordinate works are divided according to the division contents of the first work. Thus, it is possible to perform a setting in which one cycle is repeated a plurality of times. Even when the construction type is disassembled, the total amount is merely shared by each construction type, and basically the same construction type. Since the daily construction quantity is calculated based on the total quantity and the total number of days of each division quantity, the division quantity alone does not change the daily construction quantity.

A new work type can be added to the process chart. The added works will be added to the budget as a breakdown at the same time. The contents are empty only by adding the construction,
Although the amount is not calculated, the amount can be calculated by adding resources such as materials. It is also possible to create a budget by creating an empty schedule first and then accounting for the required resources later.

FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing the contents of the process type process table adjustment process in S17 of FIG. In S50, it is detected how the bar corresponding to each process type in the displayed process chart is operated by the mouse. S5
In 1, it is determined whether or not the operated bar is for actual work. When the determination result is negative, the process proceeds to S53, but when the result is affirmative, the process proceeds to S52. In S52, the process (start date, end date) of the resource under the type of work corresponding to the operated bar is updated (moved, changed).

In S53, one item data of the resources updated from the process chart data is read. S54
In the above, by checking a flag which is preset for each item and indicates whether the total amount of resources or the amount per day is fixed, the read resource data determines whether the amount per day is fixed or not. judge. Then, when the determination result is negative, the process proceeds to S55, and when the determination result is positive, the process proceeds to S56.

In S55, since the total quantity is fixed, the daily quantity = the total quantity / the number of days after the change is calculated to calculate the daily quantity, and the daily quantity in the process chart data is updated. If the total amount is fixed, such as the cost of construction materials, the execution budget does not change even if the process is changed. S56
In (2), since the daily resource amount is fixed, the total amount is calculated by calculating the total amount = the daily amount × the number of days after the change, and the total amount of the process chart data is updated. S5
In step 7, the total amount of the corresponding resource items in the execution budget data is updated, and the budget amount is updated accordingly. S58
In, it is determined whether or not all the resource items in the type of operation for which the bar has been operated have been updated. If the determination result is negative, the process returns to S52, but if affirmative, the process ends.

Next, a stacking table adjustment process which is a second adjustment method of the process chart will be described. FIG. 7 is a flowchart showing the operation of S17 in FIG.
It is a flowchart which shows the 2nd Example of the process type process table adjustment process of FIG. Although the adjustment method of FIG. 6 adjusts the total resource amount by correcting the date for each type of work, in the second embodiment, the maximum value is displayed in the stacking table of the specific resource displayed. Leveling is performed by specifying the resource that is over and directly moving it to another date.

In S60, a pile table of the selected resource item is displayed, and further, a date for leveling, a resource amount, and a destination date for moving the resource are input. In S61, it is determined whether or not the same resource item exists in a plurality of types of work. If the determination result is negative, the process proceeds to S65, but if the result is positive, the process proceeds to S62. In S62, it is determined whether or not to perform the automatic allocation of the resource amount by checking the automatic allocation flag that can be set by the user. If the determination result is negative, the process proceeds to S64. Shifts to S63.

In S63, the amount of resources to be moved is automatically allocated according to the budget amount or construction amount of each type of construction. In S64, the amount of resources to be moved to each type of work is manually allocated. In S65,
Update the process (start date, end date) of the corresponding resource (move,
change. The processing in S66 to S70 is performed in S53 to S in FIG.
The description is omitted because it is the same as the process in step 57. Note that the cost management (process chart creation) system may have both the process chart adjustment function of FIG. 6 and the stacking chart adjustment function of FIG. 7 at the same time.

FIGS. 8 to 14 are explanatory diagrams showing a series of processing examples for creating a process chart from budget data. FIG. 8 is an explanatory diagram illustrating a process of calculating the number of construction days from budget data. The “budget DB” is, for example, one that extracts and displays budget items related to a specific construction from a budget database.
For example, in the construction shown in the illustration,
There are "Slope work" and "Gutter work", and there are unit price (resource) items such as "Worker A" under the work type.

For example, when calculating the number of construction days for “paving work”, the same construction type code in the daily construction amount master is searched to obtain a daily construction amount of 200 m 2 / day. Next, "paving work"
Divide the quantity 1200 by 200 to get 6 days of construction. The obtained construction days are written in the construction days column of the pertinent work type and the unit price item below it in the process DB. The process DB is a DB that stores process chart data corresponding to the budget DB, and any data can be selected from the DB and displayed.

FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of processing for determining a start date and an end date of a process. When the number of construction days is determined, a work schedule is displayed on the screen. The process name in the process chart is Budget D
Extract from B. In the construction process schedule, the construction period of each construction is indicated by a process bar (hatched horizontal bar on the right side of the table). In the initial state, the start date is the same day (the date when this process was performed).
It has become. The user moves the period, for example, by operating the process bar of the process chart with, for example, a mouse.

When a plurality of works are related and the next work cannot be performed until the other work is completed, the user connects the works. In addition, when one operation on the process chart is to be performed several times, the operation is disassembled. Further, a new work can be added to the process chart. For example, assuming that the user moves the process bar as shown in FIG. 9, the start date and the end date of each type of work are calculated, for example, with the start date of the first type of work as the date when this process was performed, and the process table and the process D
B is written.

FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram showing the pile display process. When the construction period of each construction type is determined / updated, the daily resource amount of each unit price (resource) item is obtained. For example, the number of “workers A” of “paving work” is six, and the number of construction days is six.
Since it is a day, the resource amount per day is 1 person / day. Next, the resource amounts for the same resource and the same date are totaled. Write out the resource amount of each resource on the work area by date,
Aggregate those with the same unit price code. For example, the resource amount of the unit price code A0001 (worker A) on March 4 is 1 + 6 = 7.

As shown in the lower part of FIG. 10, the tally result shows a pile of items with the cursor in the resource list, and when the cursor is switched, the pile is also switched. Thereby, it is possible to see how many workers and the like are required in the entire construction. Items for which the piles exceed the preset maximum value are displayed in red, indicating that leveling is required. To see piles that include other works, create extraction conditions for multiple works. The designation of construction works not only for piles but also for schedules and resource processes.

FIG. 11 is an explanatory diagram showing the mountain leveling process. As a result of checking the pile display, for example, when it is desired to change the distribution of the workers, the operation period of each construction type is moved / extended / reduced by operating the process bar of the construction type schedule. In the mountain leveling work, a process schedule is generated / displayed based on the data of the process DB and the budget DB, and the process bar is operated. For example, referring to FIG. 11, a description will be given of a case where the number of days of construction is extended from 8 days to 12 days by extending the process of the slope work back and forth. In this case, when the daily resource amount is fixed, FIG. When (quantity) is fixed, the process proceeds to FIG.

FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram showing a mountain leveling update process when the daily resource amount is fixed. When the daily resource amount is fixed, the number of construction days, the start date, and the end date of the work type and unit price item are updated without changing the daily resource amount of the process DB. Since this result needs to be reflected in the budget DB, the quantity of the worker A in the slope work of the budget DB is updated to 12 days × 6 persons / day = 72 persons, and the amount is also corrected.

FIG. 13 is an explanatory diagram showing a mountain leveling update process when the total resource amount is fixed. When the total resource amount is fixed, the number of construction days for the process type and unit price item in the process DB,
The start date and the end date are updated, and the daily resource amount is also updated. For example, the daily resource amount of worker A in the slope work is 6 / day, but after renewal, 48/12
Day = 4 people / day.

FIG. 14 is an explanatory diagram showing a display process of the mountain leveling update result. This example discloses a case where the total amount is fixed (continuation of FIG. 13). When the process DB is updated, the pile display is performed by the same processing as the processing in FIG. A budget document can also be displayed as needed. Furthermore, it is also possible to display and correct a resource process chart in which processes are displayed only for specific resources as needed.

The resource schedule will be described below. The resource schedule is a table displaying the process for a specific resource.
In the process planning, it is important how to use the company's resources effectively. Usually, a plurality of works are performed at the same time in many cases, and it is necessary to adjust the personnel beyond the site. Multiple construction processes, piles, and resource processes can be displayed at the same time, and the processes and personnel can be adjusted. To view the process that includes other works, select the work from the current work name table when creating extraction conditions.

In the resource schedule, more detailed plans are made for the items used in each operation, and the quantities are adjusted in accordance with the actual procurement plan. Adjustments are made only for necessary items. If you do n’t have a detailed plan,
There is no need to adjust resource processes. The first state of the resource process chart is a list of piles for each item, which are flattened. The bar chart shows the required period of the resource and the required quantity. Finally, the monthly cost is calculated based on the adjusted quantity.

The required quantity of resources is displayed inside the bar chart of each item of the resource schedule. The bar chart of the resource process shows a period in which the resource is used. When the process is created, the operation period of one operation and the period of the resource are the same. For the items used only in one operation, the operation period is displayed in the background. Basically, the period and quantity are edited within this work period. Resources used in multiple tasks are displayed in other colors, indicating that they have a breakdown. The breakdown shows how much and how much of the specified resource is used.

In the case of an operation using a machine or the like, the operation period of the process chart does not always coincide with the operation period of the machine. When a special machine is used, it is necessary to consider a process mainly for the machine. In the resource process, you can plan how much machinery you will use in the work bar. At the time of making the process plan, the required quantity of resources is displayed on average. If there is a bias in the expected quantity, a breakdown of the quantity can be created.

When the total quantity changes due to a change in the resource process, the changed quantity is reflected in the budget. In the same way, it is possible to make a plan on how much material is to be put in each month. In the resource schedule, the total quantity of each construction period is displayed. When the breakdown of each case is displayed, the construction name and the work name are displayed. Coordination of each resource is performed for each work and each work unit as in the case of single work.

In a pile or resource process, a plan can be made not for each construction but for the entire company. Arbitrary display such as for each director is possible by grouping in the construction name table. In the execution budget system, as shown in the figure, the budget document and the process chart are closely linked. The contents edited in the process chart
It is reflected in the budget document, and the contents edited in the budget document are also reflected in the process schedule. The budget and process schedule data is updated from both the summary table and process schedule.

Next, the arrangement plan will be described. When the process schedule is completed, a plan for arranging materials, labor, machines, etc. is created based on this. In the arrangement plan, the delivery date is set while looking at the pile. The set delivery plan is plotted on the pile, and the delivery schedule for the pile can be confirmed. By grasping the amount required for the entire construction and planning in advance, resources can be procured in a more advantageous manner. Set the supplier, quantity, and expected delivery date for the items selected in the pile. The expected delivery date is displayed as a dot on the pile. In the case of labor / machinery, it is displayed as a line. The arranged arrangement plans are listed. In addition, data can be totaled by vendor and by month.

After the execution budget is prepared, the executed execution budget serves as a guideline for construction management, and the progress of the process and the input resources are followed. When there is a deviation from the planned execution budget, change and trajectory correction are always performed. The changed contents will be accumulated as company results and will be fed back to future budget planning.

As described above, in the embodiment of the present invention,
The operation schedule creation system creates an operation schedule linked to the execution budget from the execution budget data, stacks based on the operation schedule, adjusts the accumulation data by leveling, changes the process, and allocates resources. Since the actual costs are calculated by adjustment and a plan for arranging materials, labor, machines and the like is prepared, the cost can be reduced by optimizing the process.

[0049]

As described above, according to the present invention, the process chart creation system includes means for creating a process chart linked to the execution budget, means for stacking based on the process chart, and data for stacking. And a means for changing the process by adjusting the schedule, so that a process schedule linked to the budget can be created, and the cost reduction of the execution budget can be realized by a lean process plan based on actual work. The effect is obtained. In addition, the provision of means for adjusting the resource allocation and calculating the actual cost is provided, so that the resource allocation is optimized,
By inputting labor and the like, there is an effect that the cost of the execution budget can be reduced.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a functional block diagram showing a configuration of a process chart creation system of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram showing a data relationship in the process chart creation system of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a flowchart showing an outline of processing in a process chart creation system of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a flowchart showing the contents of a process chart creation process in S14 of FIG. 3;

FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing the contents of a pile display process in S15 of FIG. 3;

FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing the details of a process type process table adjustment process in S17 of FIG. 3;

FIG. 7 is a flowchart showing a second example of the process flow chart adjustment processing in S17 of FIG. 3;

FIG. 8 is an explanatory diagram showing a process of calculating the number of construction days from budget data.

FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of processing for determining a start date and an end date of a process.

FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram showing a pile display process.

FIG. 11 is an explanatory diagram showing a mountain leveling process.

FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram showing a mountain leveling update process when the daily resource amount is fixed.

FIG. 13 is an explanatory diagram showing a mountain leveling update process when the total resource amount is fixed.

FIG. 14 is an explanatory diagram showing display processing of a mountain leveling update result.

[Description of Signs] 10: execution budget, 11: process table creation means, 12: process table, 13: stacking means, 14: process correction means, 15: budget correction means, 20: integration system, 21 ..., design unit price D
B, 22: design document, 30: execution budget system, 31: conversion table, 32: execution unit price DB, 33: conversion table DB, 35: execution budget data, 40: cost management system, 41: execution budget, 42: process Table, 43… Actual cost,
44: Actual unit price DB, 45: Daily construction volume DB

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  1. Claims: 1. A work schedule creating means for creating a work schedule indicating a construction period for each work type from an execution budget; a pile-up means for performing daily tallying of work types and resources based on a work schedule; Input / output for displaying output information of the process table creating means and the pile-up means as necessary, and inputting the instruction for changing the process, by changing means for adjusting the type of work in the table or the date of the resource and changing the process if necessary. And a means for preparing a process chart.
  2. 2. The system according to claim 1, further comprising a budget correcting means for correcting said execution budget based on an output of said changing means.
  3. 3. The system according to claim 2, wherein said input / output means includes means for inputting information for changing a construction start date or a construction end date by operating a process bar displaying a construction period for each construction type. Process schedule creation system described.
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