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Visualize Project Success!

Using TILOS for the linear planning and controlling of linear construction projects.

Characteristics of a linear project

Repetition of each activity along the length of the project The goal is to optimize the productivity rates thus minimizing the total time of crews on the ROW thereby reducing project duration and overall cost Continuous movement of activities and crews along right-of-way Typical projects include: highway, pipeline, rail, bridge, tunnel and high voltage transmission line projects

The graphical representation of linear projects

Road project Rail project

Building project

Pipeline project

TILOS vs. traditional CPM and Gantt charts

TILOS connects the geography and constructability issues of a project with the schedule (what is built, when and where) Traditional CPM schedules and network diagrams fail to provide a visual connection between the project plan and the project itself Present your project on a single page using TILOS!

40-page Primavera schedule represented on one page using linear planning

TILOS eliminates planning mistakes

TILOS Allows integration of data. Import/Export functions: TILOS allows the import of graphics and synchronization with distance axis as well as activity, links, resource and other site data such as elevation and productivity profiles.

And TILOS eliminates planning mistakes as using Clash detection and clash avoidance. TILOS Specifies the distance between crews to avoid collisions, but if it happens TILOS will tell you where it is even using unlimited number of contractors schedules or sub-projects.
Clash Detection allows efficient inspection, identification and reporting of interference clash in projects/schedules among various activities. It helps you ensure better crew productivity rates, and to manage your construction project within the estimated budget and time schedule. Clash Detection helps avoid project delays and any hurdles to smooth engineering coordination and project/portfolio management.

Clash detection on TILOS using different contractor schedules

Contractor 1 Schedule

Contractor 2 Schedule

Contractor 3 Schedule

Main Schedule by Main Contractor

Importing Contractor Schedules into Main Schedule

Imported Contractor 1 Schedule

Imported All Contractors Schedule

All Contractor Activities on Main Schedule

Running Clash Detection Report

Clash Detection Report and Detected Clashes

Clash Detection Report and Detected Clashes - 2

Clash Detection Report can be taken > Among multiple plans/schedules > Between individual schedules in different views.

Contractor2 & Contractor3 Clash Detection Report

Main Schedule can have unlimited sub-projects / sub-schedules with their resource and cost data

TILOS is used by first 10 biggest European Construction Companies. Who is using TILOS ?

Railway companies: Saudi Archirodon, DB, SNCF, Network Rail, Herzog, Nurol Construction, Dogus, Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Qatar Railway Company, MMC Gamuda Railway equipment: Alstom, Bombardier, Siemens, IJM CorporationBuilding companies: Bilfinger Berger, Hochtief, Strabag, Skanska, Bouygues, Vinci, Hill International, Kiewit, Flatiron, Enka, Parsons-UAE Engineering: Bechtel, Fluor, HDR Inc, Drees & Sommer, Lahmeyer, DB Consult, SNC Lavalin, Gulf Interstate, Worley Parsons, Engineers India Ltd. Indian Institute of Technology, Leighton Contractors Asia Limited, AECOM Pipeline: TransCanada, Enbridge, Willbros, Henkels & McCoy, Techint, Repsol, Rel.Gas Transport. Infra.LTD, NABUCCO Consortium, Stroytransgaz, Punj Lloyd Oil & Gas Tekfen, Sino Burma Pipelines, Zhongyuan Oil Field, ZPEB International Power: ATCO Electric, Balfour Beatty Road: Mota-Engil, Hess. Straenbauamt, Hermann Kirchner, DMRC Metro / light rail: Kopenhagen, Dallas, Toronto Transit, Houston Rapid Transit, Astaldi, Gulermak TILOS (TIme LOcation System)