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When doing project are calculations the hardest task?

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Bri’s Answer

Hi,
I’m not an expert but from talking to someone the response was people are hard. Going through the process of people with timelines, flow charts, and schedules. Also, sometimes people don’t agree on how projects are run. I guess if you’re good at math it shouldn’t be a problem. Can ask a colleague on how the numbers are run on projects. I suggest googling this or doing an internship. Hope this helps, good luck!
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naveen’s Answer

It will be difficulty to tell if calculations are the hardest task in the project. Engineering projects can generally be broken down into the following phases.
1. Planning / Preliminary Engineering.
2. Detailed Design.
3. Tendering.
4. Construction / Implementation.
5. Post-Construction.
Each phase has its own set of challenges. So calculations part comes up as a part of Planning and Design. This creates a mental clarity and helps the planner to work on approvals and generating process plans. So I would say its solely left to an individuals likes, dislikes and inclinations. If you like playing with measurements, numbers, analysis, specs and specifications you will enjoy. If you like going out, talking to people, field trips etc, Construction and implementation will be enjoyable.
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naveen’s Answer

It will be difficulty to tell if calculations are the hardest task in the project. Engineering projects can generally be broken down into the following phases.
1. Planning / Preliminary Engineering.
2. Detailed Design.
3. Tendering.
4. Construction / Implementation.
5. Post-Construction.
Each phase has its own set of challenges. So calculations part comes up as a part of Planning and Design. This creates a mental clarity and helps the planner to work on approvals and generating process plans. So I would say its solely left to an individuals likes, dislikes and inclinations. If you like playing with measurements, numbers, analysis, specs and specifications you will enjoy. If you like going out, talking to people, field trips etc, Construction and implementation will be enjoyable.
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