A PERT/CPM Case Study

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After six months of study, much political arm wrestling, and some financial analysis, Dr. Martin Starr, president of Southwestern University, had reached a decision. To delight of its students, and to the disappointment of its athletic boosters, SWU would not be relocating to a new football site but would expand the capacity at its on-campus stadium. Adding 21, 000 seats, including dozens of luxury skyboxes, would not please everyone. The influential football coach, Bo Pitterno, had long argued the need for a first class stadium, one with built in dormitory rooms for his players palatial office appropriate for the coach of future NCAA champion team. But the decision was made, and everyone, including the coach, would learn to live with it.

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Southwestern University Stadium ProjectA PERT/CPM Case StudyPresented toMs. Emilina R. Sarreal of the Business Management Department,De La Salle University - ManilaIn partial fulfillment of the requirements in MANASCISubmitted byGarcia, Amanda EliseSimbulan, Cyrene PamelaUmaly, IsabellaYu, TedrickK37OnMarch 24, 2011Southwestern University Stadium ConstructionAfter six months of study, much political arm wrestling, and some financial analysis, Dr.Martin Starr, president of Southwestern University, had reached a decision. To delight of itsstudents, and to the disappointment of its athletic boosters, SWU would not be relocating to anew football site but would expand the capacity at its on-campus stadium.Adding 21, 000 seats, including dozens of luxury skyboxes, would not please everyone.The influential football coach, Bo Pitterno, had long argued the need for a first class stadium,one with built in dormitory rooms for his players palatial office appropriate for the coach offuture NCAA champion team. But the decision was made, and everyone, including the coach,would learn to live with it.The job now was to get construction going immediately after the 2007 season ended. Thiswould allow exactly 270 days until the 2008 season opening game. The contractor, HillConstruction(Bob Hill being an alumnus, of course), signed the contract. Bob Hill looked at thetasks his engineers had outlined and looked President Starr in eye. I guarantee the team will bea

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