I find construction schedules invaluable on all of my projects. For small projects they could be simple hand drawn bar charts and for large projects they could consist of thousands of linked tasks created using specialist software such as Primavera, Microsoft Project, Candy or similar.
Schedules are useful because:
Common scheduling errors
Some of the more common errors include:
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