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Scheduling is to create a timeline for the completion of a project. It indicates the period and order of the activities required to construct a building. It deals with the factor of ‘when to do it.
Whether you are constructing a residential project or a large commercial unit, the time in which the Project must be completed must be precisely estimated to have a correct figure of the time and resources required for its completion. Estimation of a construction project is not only limited to the time when the building is under construction. Instead, it involves both the duties carried out before and after the construction of the Project. A correct schedule creates a relationship between time and task and aids the parties involved in the construction process in carrying out their assigned duties on time.
BOQ/SOW (Bill of Quantities/ Schedule of work) provides a breakdown of the project cost against each item provided by the client. This is the most time-consuming method for a quantity surveyor and estimator; hence it is the most expensive.
For developing a schedule, the following things are essential.