Planning represents a crucial—yet conceptually often overlooked—aspect of any constructive project. In what order do you assemble and fix different elements? How long should each task last? How many people, and whom, should you dispose of and at what moment?
Preliminary planning of the construction process. All elements are named after the following nomenclature (made in great part by Eric Gozzi):
Composing groups to coordinate the different tasks was also key. Who excels at what tasks? Who works well together? In response, 5 groups of 3 were created (ranging from 'E1' to 'E5' in the planning above). Each group had a precise series of tasks to accomplish.
Ultimately, the planning was truly useful on site—particularly in the earlier stages. However, as different problems were encountered, many acts had to be altered and the order of assembly as well as the composition of groups also consequently modified. All in all we were positively surprised that we were able to advance much faster than what we had initially planned.
Drawing (AutoCAD) of the construction process