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Demonstrating Construction Productivity
2007 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
For many construction estimating and scheduling activities, it is generally accepted that two workers can perform a given task twice as fast as one worker. Similarly, four workers can perform the same task in a quarter of the time. While using ratios to modify labor productivity is generally accepted, it is also recognized that for certain tasks it will take longer than one-half as long for two workers to perform the task than it would take one worker. Likewise, it will take four workers longerdoi:10.18260/1-2--3080 fatcat:subemjus7nbvtjmkghllfsrlzq