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Old 04-14-2020, 02:47 PM
skoz55 skoz55 is offline Schedule - Trade at Multiple Times Windows 7 64bit Schedule - Trade at Multiple Times Office 2010 64bit
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I'm currently building a schedule for a construction project. For planning purposes, I've broken it down into three different projects. I'm wondering the best way to schedule trades to multiple areas. Example:

Concrete - Front Patio 1/1/20 - 1/7/20


Concrete - Rear Patio 2/25/20 - 2/27/20
Concrete - Garage 3/7/20-3/9/20

This is the same concrete guy that will be doing it all. This same thing occurs with all of the subs.

Questions:
-The issue I'm having is if I put this all on one schedule, then the schedule is messy for there are tons of arrow for dependencies all over the page.
-Am I better off making three separate projects in one file
-If I do make it only one project, and I have a concrete section that has the three different pours and dates, is there a way to show a report that orginzes everything in chronological order and one that organizes in the default manner?

Thanks
Aaron
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