How to manage Earth work activities with TILOS (Mass Haulage & Brudner Diagram)
April 13, 7:00 AM by GMT
Duration: 1 hour
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1303332869894935297
We are setting “ How to manage Earth work activities with TILOS (Mass Haulage & Brudner Diagram)” webinar as detailed above.
Explanation of the basic concept of Mass Haul Diagram
- Mass Haul Analysis
- Own cut and fill styles for different soil classes
- Areas for cut and fill with quantities
- The material flow – Using Excel data to create mass areas
- S-curve with cut and fill – Mass balance curve
- Scheduling Earth Movements
- Planning Mass Haul transportation
- Planning cut and fill
- Task and resource planning
- Planning productivity rate and performance
- Monitoring Planned Performance Against Achieved Performance
- Progress and Performance
- Time histogram for performance
- Calculate Total mass cost
- Questions and Answers
TILOS (TIme-LOcation System) is a planning software for managing linear construction projects, basically utilities and infrastructure projects. It can be used in different construction industries, like Highway, Railway, Metro, Fast Tram, Pipeline and Tunnel Construction, but also in Water Engineering or Transmission Line Building.
Traditional planning systems display their results in bar charts or network diagrams. Linear projects present unique challenges because the crews and equipment move along the construction right-of-way to perform their work. Permits, environmental constraints, construction related issues and risk elements are easily incorporated into the plan to give a single overall view of the project. Neither of the traditional diagrams are able to show a graphical link between the location where the work is performed (the distance axis) and the time when it is executed (the time axis).
TILOS is used to incorporate design details, construction challenges, risk elements and your project schedule in a single view. It is fully integrated with the leading CPM scheduling tools.
It is simply the best tool for planning and managing linear projects.
The top ten European construction companies all use TILOS.