EARNED VALUE METHOD UNTUK PENGENDALIAN BIAYA DAN WAKTU (Studi Kasus Proyek Pembangunan Gedung Balaikota Surakarta)

Widi Hartono, Delan Suharto

Abstract


The management of technical projects is becoming a chalenge to professional engineers as competition for business opportunities arise in an increasingly competitive marketplace for effective project planning and control as per clients’ contractual requirements. Successful project anagers demand achievement of technical objectives and completion on schedule and within budget. An effective project control system can ensure success if it provid s management with timely and accurate information on deviations of cost and time parameters established during the project planning. Earned Value Management (EVM) is a project planning and control approach, which provides cost and schedule performance measurements. It compares actual accomplishment of scheduled work and associated cost a ainst an integrated schedule and budget plan. Its benefits include visibility into the true progress of the project work against the budget, projections of anticipated project schedule and cost trends and the ability to take timely corrective actions for ndesired variances. EVM is considered to be one of the most powerful and productive concepts utilized in managing today’s complex projects in private, commercial or government environments. It is a proven method to evaluate project work progress in order to identify early potential schedule slippage and areas on budget overruns. Earned Value offers project delivery organisations within e deploying Balaikota Building in Surakarta significant benefits. Including: clear visibility of project and work package status, the ability to measure efficiency of project delivery using the cost performance index, a rapid ability to identify those work packages that need management attention, an ability to predict future out run based on performance to date and the ability to report a project, portfolio an programme level using a consistent set of measures.


Keywords


Earned Value, project planning and control, scheduled work, efficiency, project delivery, report a project

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