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How to use the Schedule of Works
In order to make your Schedule of Works you will need to know the various stages of your build. The major ones are listed in the Build Programme column however these may need to be modified, removed or added depending on the works being carried out. The easiest way to work out your information is to research the works on site and the allowances each one will need, speak to trades, suppliers and contractors to determine how long each one will be on site. You can then enter the data into the Schedule Template, you can go into as much detail as you like, please see the examples posted.
How to programme your Schedule Template
Simply choose a schedule that best suits your needs, see the top left menu for templates and examples, download the document (windows excel required) and save it as scheuleofworksyoursite to your relevant file. Then you can modify and insert your information as required, a basic grasp of excel is helpful but it couldn't be simpler to add your details. The highlighted cells will need the site details and dates added, together with the extra rows changed or removed were necessary. The blocks next to the correlated build programme can now be filled in. Select the blocks were required and fill the colour with your choice, different colours can be used for different trades and works or a uniform colour used throughout. The cells are separated into weeks with each week separated in half to enable more accurate planning. Please see the examples for how your completed Schedule of Works should look. More Schedule of Works Templates showing different and more detailed applications will be added together with different work scheduling options to enable you to customise to your business or practice. Please check back for updates, or you can bookmark this page.