Construction Scheduling

Bar Chart Construction Schedule

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Create Bar Chart Construction Schedule Online

[ Example Construction Schedule ]

Most suitable for Construction scheduling of small to medium size Projects with a duration up to one year,
as well as for educational purpose.

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Project Title Enter Project Title with a max of 40 characters
Project Start Date: Select date between Jan 1, 2010 and Dec 31, 2025
22-Jul-2014 Select Date
Project Completion Date: Select date between Jan 1, 2010 and Dec 31, 2025
22-Jul-2014 Select Date
Number of Activities Enter A positive integer less than or equal to 10

Note: The above tool is designed to produce a construction schedule for small projects, with a maximum of ten activities.

How to use this simple tool?

  • Break down the construction project into major activities,
  • Estimate the time required for each Activity, based on knowledge of the work, experience, and records of similar previous jobs
  • Specify, for each activity, the previous activity - or activities - that should be completed before its start. These are called predecessors of the activity.


The Tables below shows the data entered for the Example Construction Schedule.

Project TitleExample
Project Start Date:09-Jun-2010
Project Completion Date05-Dec-2010
No. of Activities6

CodeDescriptionDuration (days)Predecessor Activities
1Activity 160 
2Activity 2301,3,6
3Activity 3301
4Activity 4606
5Activity 5302
6Activity 6301,3

View Output Bar Chart Schedule

This tool is vailable in other languages: [Chinese (Simplified)] - [French] - [German] - [Spanish] - [Potuguese]


Earliest Start of an activity: (The highest earliest finish of precedent activities) Or (The earliest start of precedent activity + duration of lead), whichever is the greater.
Earliest Finish of an activity: (The earliest start of the activity plus its duration) Or (earliest finish of preceding activity + duration of lag) whichever is the greater
Latest Finish of an activity: (The lowest latest start of succeeding activities) Or (the latest finish of succeeding activity - duration of lag), whichever is the lesser.
Latest Start of an activity: (The Latest Finish of the activity mnus its duration) Or (the latest start of succeeding activity minus duration of lead), whichever is the lesser.
Critical Activity: An activity whose earliest and latest start and finish times are the same.
Total Float: The diffrence between latest start and earliest start or latest finish and earliest finish.
Free Float: The lowest earliest start of succeeding activities minus ealiest finish of the activity.
Interfering Float: The diffrence Total Float and Free Float.
Independent Float: The lowest earliest start of succeeding activities minus higest latest finish of preceding activities minus duration of the activity.

Use of the Construction schedule

The schedule produced by misronet above tool can be utilized by a number of people for varying purposes, subject to the degree of details involved:
  • The estimator requires the schedule in order to develop proposed methods and estimates.
  • The site manager needs the schedule at the start of the project to determine his resource requirements.
  • During exeution of the works, the site manager needs the schedule to assist him to direct his resources, to monitor progress and evaluate the effect of the changes that may be imposed by varying productivity, by mistakes, by unforseen physical conditions or by the owner.
  • The forman need the schedule in order to know when and where to allocate labors, and to order materials.

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