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scope of work for mechanical activities

scope of work for mechanical activities

scope of work for mechanical activities

I am looking for website books with examples describe the different scope of work for mechanical activities ????
I appresiate for any help


RE: scope of work for mechanical activities

For Scope of work for mechanical prospective, you need to start from here,
New/ Old
Material Handling by this Machine.
Made of
Location of your company
Delivery point
You need lot of mentoring for writing the scope of work for any project.

RE: scope of work for mechanical activities

The "Mechancial" feild is very vast and open to alot of different areas of work.

I constantly deal with specifications that are cut and pasted from other contracts, which means the scope of works is not 100% correct/specific. The only real way is to start from scratch and detail what is requried to be done project specific. If the design team/contractor cannot detail this, how can anyone else price is, or allow for it?) Looking for an easy way of creating this will only create problems later for you and others.

RE: scope of work for mechanical activities

I agree with iken --

Two additional comments:

1) If you don't have a project list of tasks and deliverables, start there. You can condense it into a scope pretty easily.

2) You might get more answers to your post if you clarify what "mechanical activity" means to you. To me it means heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration for buildings. To 10815L it must mean machine design. Also available are aerospace, acoustical, vehicle, thermal, etc...

Best to you,

Goober Dave

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RE: scope of work for mechanical activities

It's not clear exactly what OP is asking, but perhaps this is helpful?

"Defining Activities

Activities must be clearly defined, and should be measurable. This means anyone should be able to determine if a particular activity (as defined) is in progress, or completed.

Activities must be defined every time there is a break or change in work content, and/or by changes in the work crew. Activities that are overly broad in scope are difficult to estimate, schedule and measure/report progress against.

More: http://www.interplansystems.com/turnaround-project...

FWIW, at least one study of planning practices showed a wide variation in the level of detail and manhour estimates for a given job: http://www.interplansystems.com/project-planning-s...

InterPlan Systems
- eTaskMaker Planning Software
- ATC Professional Turnaround Management Software

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