Tunnelling present challenges not found in other forms of construction. Analysis of uncertainty in tunnelling schedules may require a different approach from that used for the analysis of a process plant construction, for instance. In some situations, existing schedule modelling tools lack the means to represent particular features of tunnelling developments. However, these can be addressed, with appropriate expertise, using two modelling tools and exchanging information between them.
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Qualitative and quantitative views of project risk are often treated as if they are distinct from one another. It is easier to make sense of uncertainty if that artificial divide is set aside. This paper describes a way to frame processes based on qualitative and quantitative descriptions of uncertainty as an integrated view of project risk management. This can be used to assist in implementing risk management and as an aid to clear communication about project risk.