Repetitive Project Modelling With Penalty and Incentive


Authors: Mohammed Shurrab, Ghaleb Y Abbasi, Osama Eljamal, Jalal T Tanatrah
Journal: International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems (IJORIS)
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-21
Publisher: IGI Global
Repetitive construction activities have the same activities which are performed repeatedly. Repetitive projects include: pipelines, highways, and multi-story buildings. Repetitive projects have been modelled widely using the traditional network techniques although, they have some disadvantages. Furthermore, different approached have been developed for repetitive activities including the graphical and analytical techniques. The objective of this research is to add new enhancements on an approach called Repetitive Project Model (RPM) which is related to the repetitive construction projects. The enhancements incorporating the incentives and penalties within the RPM. This model incorporates a network technique, a graphical technique, and an analytical technique. A numerical example was demonstrated in this research paper to aid on using the suggested model in the real-life application.