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Construction Schedule Conflict Report

This construction schedule conflict report, created in OnePager, lets you make sure that the same worker isn't accidentally assigned to more than one job at the same time.

Construction Schedule Conflict Report


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Construction Schedule Conflict Report Features

The construction schedule conflict report features:

  • Different colors for each worker, making it easy to see when the same person is double-booked.
  • Grouping of different trades, so a painter isn't accidentally assigned to do framing.
  • Schedule blocking to daily, weekly, or even hourly precision.
  • Easy-to-read text clearly indicates which job are underway at any given time.

This construction schedule conflict report was created using OnePager, a construction project management application, using scheduling information from Smartsheet, Primavera P6, or Microsoft Project.

To learn more about OnePager, and see how it can help you avoid scheduling conflicts in your construction projects, get started today by downloading a free trial.

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Sample Files

This construction schedule conflict report was built using the following files, which you can download if you'd like to create something similar:

Primavera P6 Samples

Construction Schedule Conflict.xml (Primavera P6 Plan)

Construction Schedule Conflict (Primavera).tat (OnePager Template)


Primavera P6 Instructions

To build a construction schedule conflict report like the example above, follow these instructions:

  1. Download the sample files listed above. There is one Primavera P6 file and one OnePager template file. Save both files to your desktop or to your downloads folder.

  2. Click the OnePager icon on your desktop.

  3. When the start screen appears, click NEW to build a new chart.

  4. Go to Select > BROWSE Primavera P6 Files, and then point OnePager to the Primavera P6 XML file that you downloaded from above.

  5. With the Primavera P6 file ready for import, we need to change OnePager's default template to the one downloaded above. To do this, click on Change, and then BROWSE FILES to the OnePager template (*.tat) file. This OnePager template contains all of the data-driven formatting (colors, layout, etc.) that give this construction schedule conflict report its specific look.

  6. With the template loaded, click on Create New Chart to build your chart. It should look similar to the example at the top of this article.

  7. If you'd like to modify our example Primavera P6 project, you can import the XML file into your own Primavera P6 environment by going to File > Import and choosing the Primavera P6 - (XML) option.

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Microsoft Project Samples

Construction Schedule Conflict.mpp (Microsoft Project Plan)

Construction Schedule Conflict (Project).tat (OnePager Template)


Microsoft Project Instructions

To build a construction schedule conflict report like the example above, follow these instructions:

  1. Download the sample files listed above. There is one Microsoft Project file and one OnePager template file. Save both files to your desktop or to your downloads folder.

  2. Open the Microsoft Project file.

  3. Once Microsoft Project is open, go to Add-Ins and click the OnePager Pro button.

  4. When the start screen appears click NEW to build a new chart.

  5. With the Microsoft Project file ready for import, we need to change OnePager's default template to the one downloaded above. To do this, click on Change, and then BROWSE FILES to the OnePager template (*.tat) file. This OnePager template contains all of the data-driven formatting (colors, layout, etc.) that give this schedule conflict report its specific look.

  6. With the Project file ready and the custom OnePager template selected, click on Create New Chart to build your construction schedule conflict report. It should look similar to the example at the top of this article.
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Smartsheet Samples

Construction Schedule Conflict (Smartsheet).xlsx (Excel for import into Smartsheet)

Construction Schedule Conflict (Smartsheet).tat (OnePager Template for Smartsheet)


Smartsheet Instructions

To build a construction schedule conflict report like the example above, follow these instructions:

  1. Download the sample files above. The Excel file contains all of the different phases of the construction process, and will be imported into your Smartsheet account, while the OnePager template will help define the layout of the timeline itself. Save both files to your desktop.

  2. To import the Excel file into Smartsheet, first log into your Smartsheet account.

  3. In Smartsheet, click on + Solution Center, and then on the Import screen, choose Microsoft Excel:

    Import from Excel into Smartsheet

  4. Point Smartsheet to the Excel file that you downloaded above and press Continue. On the Import Settings, review the name of your sheet, and then click Import::

    Finish importing from Excel into Smartsheet

  5. Now that the sample project has been imported into your Smartsheet account, go to your desktop, and click the OnePager button.

  6. On the OnePager start screen, click NEW to build a new timeline.

  7. Go to Select > BROWSE Smartsheet, log into your Smartsheet account, and then point OnePager to the example project.

  8. We need to change OnePager's default template to the one downloaded above. To do this, click on Change, and then BROWSE FILES to the OnePager template (*.tat) file. This OnePager template contains all of the data-driven formatting (styles, layout, etc.) that make the construction schedule conflict report look the way that it does.

  9. Once the custom OnePager template is selected, click on Create New Chart to build your timeline. It should look like the example at the top of this article.

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Excel Samples

Construction Schedule Conflict.xlsx (Excel Plan)

Construction Schedule Conflict (Excel).tat (OnePager Template)


Excel Instructions

To build a construction schedule conflict report like the example above, follow these instructions:

  1. Download the sample files listed above. There is one Excel file and one OnePager template file. Save both files to your desktop or to your downloads folder.

  2. Open the Excel file.

  3. Once Excel is open, go to Add-Ins and click the OnePager Express button.

  4. When the start screen appears click NEW to build a new chart.

  5. With the Excel file ready for import, we need to change OnePager's default template to the one downloaded above. To do this, click on Change, and then BROWSE FILES to the OnePager template (*.tat) file. This OnePager template contains all of the data-driven formatting (colors, layout, etc.) that give this schedule conflict report its specific look.

  6. With the Excel file ready and the custom OnePager template selected, click on Create New Chart to build your construction schedule conflict report. It should look similar to the example at the top of this article.
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