Analysis of the Productivity of a Mason in the Work of the Red Brick Wall in the St.Thomas Aquinas Chapel Development Project

Moreira Braz Napoleão, Mulyadi Lalu, Iskandar Tiong
2019 Zenodo  
When talking about project productivity in developing countries, including Indonesia, can not be separated from labor productivity. This is because the characteristics of projects in Indonesia that are still labor-oriented are the dominant factors in implementing a project. Productivity is used as a measure of whether the project is carried out effectively and efficiently or not. Productivity is very important in completing a job. Lack of awareness of productivity is the cause of the low
more » ... e of the low quality of jobs produced. This study aims to determine the productivity of workers in bricklaying work and to know the comparison of the coefficient of worker productivity in the research location with SNI and to know the daily effects of the craftsman. The method used in this research is MPDM (Method Productivity Delay Model). From the results of data analysis, it is known that the ideal productivity of masons on brickwork in the Chapel Building project St. Tomas Aquinas National Institute of Technology Malang is an average of 1.4544 𝑚2 / Hour and the average productivity of overall workers is 1.704 𝑚2 / Hour. From the MPDM analysis (Productivity Delay Model Method), the average productivity coefficient of workers for masonry is 0.1110 OH while the SNI standard is 0.1 OH so that labor productivity in the St. Chapel. Tomas Aquinas Malang National Institute of Technology does not meet the SNI requirements or is smaller than the specified standard.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3540601 fatcat:edkrpmhvbfaszpvojbaks3ype4