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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 2, February 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Analysis Of Time And Cost Performance With Earned Value Method In Lecture Building Project Development Of Nutrition Department At East Kalimantan Health Polytechnic

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AUTHOR(S)

Khoirul Huda, Lalu Mulyadi, Agus Santosa

 

KEYWORDS

cost, earned value concept, schedule, variance.

 

ABSTRACT

The research is started at the beginning of Lecture Building Project Development of Nutrition Department at Health Polytechnic of East Kalimantan Starting Week 1 (21st June 2016) to 24th week (13th December 2016); cost performance at Lecture Building Development Project of Nutrition Department at Health Polytechnic of East Kalimantan until the 24th week is good and efficient based on the value of ACWP = IDR 9.744.811.962,07, which is smaller than the value of BCWS = IDR 21.583.712.069,60 and the value of BCWP = IDR 13.728.265.040,05 as well as the value of the Cost Performance Index (CPI) = 1,208. For project time performance, it has a delay. It can be seen from the condition of the 24th week of the schedule performance index (SPI) value which is = 0,858 < 1, the value of Schedule variance (SV) = IDR. -1.953.203.330,25. The time for the completion of the rest project is 5 weeks, so the total time for project completion is 31 weeks from the initial schedule of 26 weeks. While the remaining costs needed to complete the work (ETC) after the 24th week is = 4.841.426.269,65 or the cost needed to complete 100% of the work (EAC) is = IDR 11.361.245.034,44.

 

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