PMI-SP | Samuel works as a project manager in Bluewell…

Question: 26

Samuel works as a project manager in Bluewell Inc. He is performing constructibility analysis in one of the initial planning phases. Which of these does constructibility take into account during analysis? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Choose three.

A. Quality inspections and compliance
B. Location, logistics, and resource availability analysis
C. Labor productivity studies from previous similar projects in the area
D. The average price of general labor in the area

Answer: B,C,D

Explanation:

Constructibility analysis takes into account the location, logistics, resource availability analysis, the average price of general labor in the area, and labor productivity studies from previous similar projects in the area. Constructibility analysis is a process that starts in the initial planning phases and persists all over the entire planning cycle and into the implementation phase of the project. Constructibility analysis during the planning process examines the methods and cost of installed equipment and materials, technology, site conditions, resources, and related infrastructure. The benefit of constructibility analysis is to reduce both the time and cost of a project. Constructibility analysis is repeatedly performed throughout the life-cycle of a project in order to optimize cost, plan, and schedule while mitigating risk. It is a very important process that needs to be performed early in planning to allow alternatives to be considered and integrated into the design.

Answer option:

A is incorrect. This comes under the quality assurance phase.

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