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MONITORING THE PROGRESS ON ROAD CONSTRUCTION

MONITORING THE PROGRESS ON ROAD CONSTRUCTION

MONITORING THE PROGRESS ON ROAD CONSTRUCTION

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Am currently supervising the construction of 13 stretches of bituminous roads as such i need to graph the activities on each road.As you may be aware that each layer on the road is segmented into chainages.Levels and soil tests are conducted in that order.I have tried to graph these activities but all in vain.The worst part comes in form of chainages.The chainages for one layers do not coincide with the subsequent.May be assisted that so that i can monitor progression of each road in terms of percentage and quantify overall percentage progress on the project.Please if possible avail me with a graph.

RE: MONITORING THE PROGRESS ON ROAD CONSTRUCTION

I doubt there is a standard graph that will work for your application. You'll have to create that yourself.

I would suggest normalizing your chainage to a common start point and adjust from there. Consider using stationing for your reference point rather than chainage from an arbitrary point.

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