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Schedule Guidance Document

Contents
1. Purpose
2. Applicability
3. Preparation of Baseline Schedule
4. Preparation of Progress Schedule
5. Additional Guidance for Tier 4 and Tier 5 Schedules
6. Submittal of Schedules

Attachment A - Work Breakdown Structure


Attachment B - Example Tier 3 Baseline Consulting Schedule
Attachment C - Example Tier 3 Progress Consulting Schedule
Attachment D - Example Tier 3 Baseline Construction Schedule
Attachment E - Example Tier 3 Progress Construction Schedule
Attachment F- Schedule Submittal Process for Buzzsaw Desktop

1. Purpose
The City of Fort Worth is committed to delivering quality, cost-effective infrastructure to its citizens in a
timely manner. One of the most important tools the City uses to achieve this goal is accurate, updated,
current schedules for its capital projects. Accurate and updated schedules allow the City to effectively
track and manage its projects both in aggregate (at the program or city-wide level) and project-by-
project. The City uses this schedule information to display project and program status to the City's elected
officials, staff, and its citizens.

The City's goal is to take every reasonable step to ensure that projects finish on time and within budget.
Project schedules are the fundamental building blocks to planning and executing projects efficiently and
on time. These schedules are best prepared by those closest to the work. Because the vast majority of
capital project delivery at the City is performed by contractors and consultants, it is critical that
contractors and consultants prepare schedules as part of performing their work for the City.

This Schedule Guidance Document complements the City's Standard Agreement and Contract Documents
to guide contractors and consultants in preparing and submitting acceptable schedules for use by the City.
The City's Program Management Office is the owner of the schedule submittal process and associated
reporting systems.

2. Applicability
The City has developed a tiered approach to scheduling, recognizing that projects have a wide range of
needs for schedule information. The City's Program Managers will determine the appropriate level of
schedule needed for each project, and will include that designation and the associated requirements in
the consultants' and contractors' contract documents. The schedule tiers that the Program Managers will
select from are summarized as follows:

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• Tier 1. No schedule submittal required by contract. Small, brief duration projects.
• Tier 2. No schedule submittal required by contract, but will require some milestone dates. Small,
brief duration projects.
• Tier 3. Schedule submittal required by contract as described in the specification and herein.
Majority of City projects, including all bond program projects.
• Tier 4. Schedule submittal required by contract as described in the specification and herein.
Large and/or complex projects with long durations. Examples might include a large water
pump station project and associated pipeline with interconnection to another governmental entity.
(Note: Applies almost exclusively to Contractor schedules)
• Tier 5. Schedule submittal required by contract as described in the specification and herein.
Large and/or very complex projects with long durations, high visibility. Examples might include
a water or wastewater treatment plant. (Note: Applies almost exclusively to Contractor
schedules)

Schedules for the Tier 1 and Tier 2 projects will be developed by City staff based on date and milestone
information provided by the consultant or contractor.

Contractors and consultants are responsible for preparing schedules as defined herein for Tier 3
through Tier 5 projects. Tier 3 projects and the associated schedules will be the "default" and most
common. Therefore the schedule guidance that follows is focused on meeting Tier 3 requirements unless
stated otherwise.

There are three (3) basic elements to schedule submittals.

1. Baseline Schedule. Initial schedule submitted before work begins that will serve as the
baseline for measuring progress and departures from the schedule.
2. Progress Schedule. Monthly submittal of a progress schedule documenting progress on the
project and any changes anticipated.
3. Schedule Narrative. Concise narrative that highlights changes in the schedule, expected
delays, key schedule issues, etc.

The Baseline Schedule is prepared by the contractor or consultant at the beginning of the project
(prior to the initial payment) and submitted to the City as defined herein.
The Progress Schedule is prepared monthly by the contractor or consultant and submitted to the City
as defined herein. The Schedule Narrative is submitted to the City monthly in conjunction with the
Progress Schedule.

3. Baseline Schedule
3.1. General
The contractor or consultant will develop a cost-loaded Schedule using approved software and the
Critical Path Method (CPM).
The schedule file project ID should be based on the five digit Capital Project Management System
number and the name assigned to the project by the City in Buzzsaw. When submitting the first schedule
add the word "Baseline" to the end of the project ID. Monthly updates moving forward should have the
year and month at the end of the project ID. Refer to the following examples and Attachment F.

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Baseline
Format. City Project#-tracking log file name_Baseline Example.
00701-Flaxseed Drainage Improvements_Baseline

Monthly Update

Format. City Project#-tracking log file name-'YYYY_MM' Example.


00701-Flaxseed Drainage Improvements_2009_01
The approved Baseline Schedule will become part of the contract. The contractor or consultant has
the sole responsibility to correct any latent defects in its Baseline Schedule and perform to the
subsequently revised schedule.
The contractor or consultant will use the Baseline Schedule to coordinate and monitor the work
(including the activities of subcontractors, equipment vendors and suppliers).
The contractor or consultant must keep a copy of the approved Baseline Schedule.

3.2. Schedule Work Breakdown Structure and Activities


3.2.1. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
The scope of work to be accomplished by the contractor or consultant will be represented to the City of
Fort Worth in the form of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). The WBS shall be the basis for the
development of the schedule activities and shall be imbedded and depicted in the schedule.
Attachment A shows the WBS for the City of Fort Worth.
3.2.1.1. Design
The consultant's (engineer) schedule WBS should roll up under one or more of the following, as
confirmed with the City's Project Manager and Project Controls Specialist:
• 1.10 - Project Planning
− 1.10.12 - Traffic Studies/Field Reconnaissance
− 1.10.14 - GIS Mapping
− 1.10.15 - Condition Assessments
− 1.10.16 - Hydraulic Assessments
• 1.30 - Design
− 1.30.31 - Conceptual Design
− 1.30.32 - Preliminary Design
− 1.30.33 - Final Design.
• 1.40 - ROW/Land
• 1.50 - Survey
− 1.50.51 - Preliminary Survey
− 1.50.52 - Construction Staking
• 1.60 - Public Involvement
− 160.61 - Public Meetings
• 1.80 - Construction
− 1.80.80 - Project Management
− 1.80.81 - Construction Advertisement

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− 1.80.81.10 - Bid Preparation and Advertisement
− 1.80.81.20 - Contract Award
− 1.80.82 - Pre-Construction Activities
− 1.80.84 - Material/Soil Testing
− 1.80.85 - Inspection
3.2.1.2. Construction
Construction scope for each project should roll up under:
• 1.80 - Construction
− 1.80.83 - Construction Contract 1
− 1.80.87 - Construction Contract 2
− 1.80.88 - Construction Contract 3, etc.
Within 1.80.83 the contractor should organize the activities to logically represent the project (see 3.2.2).
The goal is to have each project organized in a logical order by type of work that rolls up to the City of
Fort Worth's Construction WBS level.
3.2.2. Activities
Activities are the discrete elements of work that make up the schedule. They should be organized
underneath the umbrella of the WBS as described in 3.2.1.
The following information will be provided for each activity:
3.2.2.1. Activity Number
• Use a five-digit number between 10000 and 99995, left justified in the activity I.D. field.
• Alphanumeric activity numbers are NOT acceptable, unless specifically directed by the City of
Fort Worth Project Manager or PMO for selected use.
• The initial network will be numbered by 10s or 20s with the following activity number
greater than the preceding activity number.
3.2.2.2. Activity Description
• Activity descriptions should adequately describe the activity and in some cases the extent of
the activity. Examples of acceptable descriptions might include "place concrete between
Avenue A and Avenue B", "water line conceptual design", etc.).
3.2.2.3. Activity Durations (Applies to Contractor Schedules Only)
• The activity duration will be based upon the physical amount of work that is to be performed for
the stated activity and are limited to 20 working days. If work is to exceed 20 days, then break
the work down so the work will be completed within a 20 day time frame.
3.2.2.4. Activity Start and Finish Dates
• Activity start and finish dates will only be accepted if calculated by the software.
• Actual activity start and finish dates may not be assigned in a baseline. However they must
accurately be assigned in the working version of the schedule (see Section 4 Progress
Schedule).
3.2.2.5. Activity Dependencies
All activities will be logically tied with a predecessor and a successor. The only exception to this rule
will be for the project start and project finish milestones.

3.2.3. Milestone Activities

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The following milestone activities (i.e., important events on a project that mark critical points in time)
are of particular interest to the City of Fort Worth and should be reflected in the Project Schedule for
all phases of work, as applicable:
3.2.3.1. Consultant Schedule (Engineering Design Example)
• Notice to Proceed
• 30 percent Plans and Specification Submittal
• 60 percent Plans and Specification Submittal
• 90 percent Plans and Specification Submittal
• Design Complete
3.2.3.2. Contractor Schedule
• Notice to Proceed (Construction)
• Preparation and submission of shop drawings, submittals, and any required re-submittals
(if applicable)
• Mobilization
• Fabrication and delivery of equipment and materials (if applicable)
• Pre-final and final inspections
• Project Acceptance
3.3. Baseline Schedule Development
The contractor or consultant will designate an authorized representative (Project Scheduler) responsible
for developing and updating the schedule and preparing reports. It is recommended that a qualified
scheduler develop the baseline schedule.
The City will supply a template for download as an example of how to set up a project. The purpose of
the template is to help the novice user develop schedules meeting the City's requirements.
The contractor's or consultant's initial schedule submittal will contain NO progress and represent the
planned work for the duration of the project. Once approved by the City of Fort Worth, this
schedule will become the baseline against which all future variance analysis will be performed.
The use of activity external constraint dates and lags on relationships is discouraged unless specified or
approved by the City of Fort Worth. An example of an external constraint date is "concrete
construction will begin no later than January 1." The reason for this requirement is that it creates an
artificial (rather than calculated) critical path.
The baseline Schedule will consider delivery lead times, construction and access constraints and the
coordination of construction with The City of Fort Worth operations.

3.3.1. Safety Requirements


Schedule performance should never take precedence over safety. Project schedules must allow work
to be performed in a safe manner.
The contractor or consultant cannot reduce safety or worker protection in order to shorten
schedules, recover lost time or accelerate the work.

3.3.2. Project Calendars


The baseline schedule will be based on a standard work week (the days of the week -typically five day
week - the contractor or consultant plans to work) including City holidays as non-work days, unless it
is the contractor's plan to work more than a 5 day work week. If the consultant or contractor plans to
use a non-standard calendar (i.e. more or less than 5 day work week), then the City should be notified as
part of the submittal of the baseline schedule.

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Listed in the table below are typical City holidays that contractors and consultants will need to
develop project calendars for that exclude these as work days. Refer to the City web site for additional
City holiday schedules.
Holiday 2009 Dates 2010 Dates 2011 Dates
New Years Day January 1 January 1 January 1

Martin Luther King Day January 19 January 18 January 17

Memorial Day May 25 May 31 May 30


Independence Day July 3 July 5 July 4
Labor Day September 7 September 6 September 5
Thanksgiving November 26 November 25 November 24
Day after Thanksgiving November 27 November 26 November 25
Christmas Day December 25 December 25 December 26

3.3.3. Inclement Weather


Refer to climatology data for anticipating work that can be affected by inclement weather.
Historical rain days can be reviewed from the following web site:
www.srh.noaa.gov/ewx/html/climate.htm.

4. Preparation of Progress Schedule


As described in Section 3, the baseline schedule is used to coordinate and monitor the work. The
contractor or consultant is required keep a copy of the approved baseline schedule.
The Progress Schedule is simply a copy of the approved baseline schedule that will be statused monthly.
In other words, progress on the project will be shown monthly as an update of the schedule that will be
compared to the approved baseline schedule.

4.1. Progress Updates


The contractor or consultant should show on the progress schedule update the following:
• The actual dates that activities start
• The actual dates that activities finish
• The remaining duration of activities in progress
• The percent complete of all activities on the schedule (0 percent to 100 percent complete).

4.2. Schedule Narrative


The progress schedule will be accompanied monthly by a concise schedule narrative that explains the submitted
schedule. The purpose of the schedule narrative is to:
• Speed review time
• Explain variances from baseline on critical path activities
• Explain to the City logic changes and potential schedule conflicts related to dependences.

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If the project is on schedule, and no significant issues related to schedule exist, then the schedule narrative
is extremely brief. On the other hand, if the project is falling behind, and/or there are significant conflicts and
obstacles to meeting the baseline schedule, then the schedule narrative should describe these issues and what steps
will be necessary for the project to recover. Sharing this information ensures that the entire project team will be
aware of the issues and have opportunity to assist where applicable.

4.3. Change Orders and Amendments


Change orders (contractors) and amendments (consultants) sometimes affect the schedule of a project.
In these cases, change orders and amendments will be incorporated into the previously approved baseline
schedule and clearly show impacts to the project timeline, if any. This "re-baselined" schedule will be
submitted to the City for approval (See Section 6). In these re-baselined schedules, the following should
be adhered to:
• Time extensions associated with approved contract modifications will be limited to the amount of
time the project or critical phase of construction is actually delayed, unless approved by the Program
Manager.
• The contractor or consultant will submit revisions within fifteen (15) workdays after the date of the
change request.
• The changes in logic or durations approved by the City of Fort Worth will be used to analyze the
impact of the change. This impact shall be included in the change order or amendment.

On the re-baselined schedule, the Activity ID of a new activity added to the schedule for the change order
or amendment should be coded in the Activity ID with the CO number or amendment number. Use as
many activities as needed to accurately show the work of the change order or amendment. Use Activity
IDs in this form.
CO<Change Order Number><Activity ID>
AM<Amendment Number><Activity ID>

Revisions to the baseline schedule will not become effective until approved by the City.

5. Additional Guidance for Tier 4 and Tier 5 Schedules —


Applicable to Contractors Only
As noted in Section 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 schedules are required for more complex, schedule-dependent
projects. Brief descriptions of the additional requirements (beyond Tier 3) are provided in this section,
and are applicable to successful Contractors on Tier 4 and Tier 5 projects (not Consultants on these
projects).

5.1. Tier 4 Requirements for Contractors

In addition to the Tier 3 requirements a Tier 4 schedule will include the following elements. 5.1.1.

Schedule of Value Pay Items

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Schedule of Values Pay Items (Work) shall be loaded into the scheduling software using the "NON-
LABOR" resource type showing the quantity of work to be done along with the corresponding value of
the work measured in dollars. (It is intended that Earned Value will be calculated as the schedule
resources are progressed).

5.1.2. Resource Naming Convention


The resources assigned to the schedule activities will be derived from the pay items in each contract.
Quantity of work times the unit price established in the resource dictionary will be the basis of the
dollar value of the scheduled work.Resource ID shall be CPMS Project Number.C.Bid Item. The C will
be used for Construction contracts. If there should be more than one construction contract for that project,
then the second contract would use C1, etc. Examples are as follows:

• 00100.C.101
• 00100.C.102

5.1.3. Reports
A Scheduled Earned Value Report reflecting the scheduled end of month earnings in dollars and
percentages. The report shall also contain the following:
• Activity number
• Activity description
• Original duration
• Remaining duration
• Activity percent complete
• Early and late start dates
• Early and late finish dates
• Total float
• Budgeted cost
• Budgeted Cost of Work Scheduled (BCWS)
• Budgeted Cost of Work Performed (BCWP)

5.2. Tier 5 Requirements for Contractors


In addition to the Tier 3 and Tier 4 requirements a Tier 5 schedule will include the following elements.

5.2.1. Man-Hour Resources


Labor resources (Man-Hours) shall be loaded into the schedule software using the "LABOR"
resource type with man-hours only, no costs.

5.2.2. Man-Hour Resource Naming Convention


Labor Resource IDs shall be CPMS Project Number.TRADE Name. Examples are as follows:
• 00100.Electrican
• 00100.Cement Finisher
The Contractor's initial schedule submittals shall include a project total planned manpower curve
(expressed in man-days or men per day) based on early and late finish dates. The submittals will
contain both tabular and graphic presentations.
As progress is made on the project, the contractor shall update the progress line of the curve to show

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how well the project is progressing according to plan.

6. Submittal of Schedules
6.1. Submittal File Formats
Every time that a schedule or report is submitted (baseline and monthly progress) the following
file formats are required.

6.1.1. Baseline Schedule


Submit the schedule in native file format (see below).
Also submit a .pdf of the bar chart schedule consisting of the following columns:
• Activity ID
• Activity Name
• Duration
• Start Date
• Finish Date
• Float
• Cost

6.1.2. Progress Schedule


Submit the schedule in native file format (see below).
Also submit a .pdf of the bar chart schedule consisting of the following columns:
• Activity ID
• Activity Name
• Percent Complete
• Duration
• Start Date
• Finish Date
• Float

6.1.3. Schedule Narrative


Submit the schedule narrative in .pdf format.

6.1.4. Native Schedule File Formats


The native file structure is to save the schedule as follows:
In Microsoft Project (Phasing Out)
• Save the file as a Project MPP file.
In Primavera 6
• Save the file as an xer file.

6.2. Submittal Process

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The City administers and manages their schedules through Buzzsaw. If you are not currently a
registered Buzzsaw user please e-mail or contact:
Fred Griffin, Buzzsaw Administrator City of
Fort Worth
Fred Griffin@ fortworthgov.org 817-392-
8868

Once you have obtained a user name and password for Buzzsaw, log onto the system, locate and
verify that the naming convention for the project file coincides with the name and project number
setup within the Buzzsaw project folder.
Draft project baseline schedules must be submitted within fifteen (15) calendar days after the formal
notice to proceed from the City. All schedules must be submitted in their native format (either in an
MPP, an xer file, or a concentric P3 file) as well as in a PDF format. The City will review and accept or
reject the schedule within ten (10) days of submittal.
Once the baseline schedule has been accepted, schedule updates will be due monthly no later than
the last day of the month.
For detailed step by step directions for uploading your files please reference Attachment F.

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Attachment A

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Attachment A – CFW Work Breakdown Structure

WBS Code WBS Name


1 City of Fort Worth Project
1.10 Project Planning
1.10.11 Pre-Contractural Packaging
1.10.12 Traffic Studies/Field Reconnaissance
1.10.13 Grant Application
1.10.14 GIS Mapping
1.10.15 Condition Assessments
1.10.16 Hydraulic Assessments
1.20 Project Agreement
1.20.21 Consultant Selection Process
1.20.22 Consultant Contract Negotiation
1.20.23 Draft Project Agreement Preparation
1.30 Design
1.30.31 30% Conceptual Design
1.30.32 60% Preliminary Design
1.30.33 90% Final Design
1.30.34 Constructability Review
1.30.35 Developer Plan Review
1.30.36 City Floodplain/CLOMR
1.40 ROW/Land
1.40.41 Right-of-Way/Land Costs
1.40.42 Negotiations/Easements/Legal Fees
1.40.43 Facility/Building Purchase
1.40.44 Permits
1.40.45 Environmental
1.40.46 TxDOT Environmental (CE)
1.50 Survey
1.50.51 Preliminary Survey
1.50.52 Construction Staking
1.50.53 Easement/ROW Document Preparation
1.50.54 Platting
1.60 Public Involvement
1.60.61 Public Meetings
1.70 Utilities
1.70.71 City Utility Relocation Costs
1.70.72 Private Utility Relocation Costs
1.70.73 Utility Coordination/Clearance
1.70.74 Demolition
1.80 Construction
1.80.80 Project Management
1.80.81 Construction Advertisement
1.80.81.10 Bid Preparation and Advertisement
1.80.81.20 Contract Award
1.80.82 Pre-Construction Activities
1.80.83 Construction Contract 1
1.80.84 Material/Soil Testing
1.80.85 Inspection
1.80.86 Landscaping
1.80.87 Construction Contract 2
1.80.88 Construction Contract 3
1.90 Closeout
1.90.91 Close-Out Report and Review
1.90.92 As-Built Survey
1.90.93 Mapping
1.90.94 As-Built Plans
Attachment B

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Example Consultant Baseline Schedule Project: Consultant-BL-1 Attachment B - Example Tier 3 Baseline Consulting Schedule

Activity ID Activity Name OD RD Percent Start Finish Total Phase - 1 Var Finish 2009 2010 2011
Complete Float Date
Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan F Mar Apr M Jun Jul Aug S Oct N Dec Jan F Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan F Mar Apr
Consultant-BL-1 Sample Consultant Baseline Schedule
Consultant-BL-1.30 Design - Phase @ - Station 5+10 to Station 95+32
Consultant-BL-1.30.31 30% Conceptual Design
11000 Issue Design Notice To Proceed 0 0 0% 10-01-08 0 30 0
11010 Pre-Design Corrdination Meeting 1 1 0% 10-08-08 10-08-08 34 30 0
11020 Prepare Conceptual Engineering Plans (30%) 20 20 0% 11-26-08 12-26-08 0 30 0
11030 Review Conceptual Engineering Plans (30%) 20 20 0% 12-29-08 01-27-09 0 30 0
11040 Incorporate Review Comments into Conceptual Engineering ... 20 20 0% 01-28-09 02-24-09 0 30 0
11050 30% Conceptual Plan Submittal 0 0 0% 02-24-09 0 30 0
11060 Hold Project Reivew Meeting with the City 1 1 0% 02-25-09 02-25-09 0 30 0
11080 Address City Comments 10 10 0% 02-26-09 03-11-09 0 30 0
11090 Perform Geotechnical Investigation 30 30 0% 03-12-09 04-22-09 137 30 0
Consultant-BL-1.30.32 60% Preliminary Design
11100 Prepare Preliminary Plans and Specifications (60%) 20 20 0% 03-12-09 04-08-09 0 30 0
11110 Review Preliminary Plans and Specifications (60%) 20 20 0% 04-09-09 05-06-09 0 30 0
11120 Incorporate Comments into Preliminary Plans and Specificati... 20 20 0% 05-07-09 06-04-09 0 30 0
11130 60% Preliminary Plan and Specification Submittal 0 0 0% 06-04-09 0 30 0
11140 Review 60% Preliminary Plans and Specifications (CoFW) 20 20 0% 06-05-09 07-02-09 19 30 0
11150 TWDB Review 40 40 0% 06-05-09 07-31-09 0 30 0
11160 Project review Meeting 1 1 0% 07-06-09 07-06-09 19 30 0
11170 Address Conmments 15 15 0% 08-03-09 08-21-09 0 30 0
11180 Submit Plans to Utilitiy Complanies 1 1 0% 08-21-09 08-21-09 153 30 0
Consultant-BL-1.30.33 90% Final Design
11200 Prepare 90% Plans and Specifications 20 20 0% 08-24-09 09-21-09 0 30 0
11210 90% Plan Submittal 0 0 0% 09-21-09 0 30 0
11220 Review 90% Plans and Specifications (CoFW) 20 20 0% 09-22-09 10-19-09 0 30 0
11230 Project Review Meeting 1 1 0% 10-20-09 10-20-09 0 30 0
11240 Incorporate Final Comments and Submit Final Plans and Sp... 10 10 0% 10-21-09 11-03-09 0 30 0
11250 Final Plans and Speifications Submittal 0 0 0% 11-03-09 0 30 0
11260 Circulate Plans and Specifications for Signitures 5 5 0% 11-04-09 11-10-09 0 30 0
11270 Design Complete 0 0 0% 11-10-09 0 30 0
11280 Aquire TWDB Approval to Advertise 20 20 0% 11-11-09 12-10-09 0 30 0
Consultant-BL-1.30.33.1 Project Environmental
11300 Perform Archeological Investigation 20 20 0% 07-13-09 08-07-09 62 30 0
11310 Prepare Draft Environmental Informastion Document (EID) 20 20 0% 07-13-09 08-07-09 12 30 0
11320 Review Draft EID 20 20 0% 08-10-09 09-04-09 12 30 0
11330 Prepare Final EID 20 20 0% 09-08-09 10-05-09 12 30 0
11340 Review Final EID 10 10 0% 10-06-09 10-19-09 12 30 0
11350 Advertisement for EID Public Hearing 20 20 0% 10-20-09* 11-16-09 12 30 0
11360 EID Public Hearing 1 1 0% 11-23-09 11-23-09 12 30 0
11370 Respond to Comments and Submit Final EID to TWDB 10 10 0% 11-24-09 12-09-09 12 30 0

Actual Work Milestone Remaining Level of Effort Baseline Milest... Page 1 of 2


Remaining Work Critical Milestones Actual Level of Effort Sample Consultant Baseline Schedule Layout: FTW-01a - Project Schedule
Critical Remaining Work Completed Milestones Project Baseline Bar
Print Date: 03-31-09
Example Consultant Baseline Schedule Project: Consultant-BL-1 Attachment B - Example Tier 3 Baseline Consulting Schedule

Activity ID Activity Name OD RD Percent Start Finish Total Phase - 1 Var Finish 2009 2010 2011
Complete Float Date
Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan F Mar Apr M Jun Jul Aug S Oct N Dec Jan F Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan F Mar Apr
11380 Prepare FONSI 20 20 0% 12-10-09 01-08-10 12 30 0

Consultant-BL-1.40 ROW/Land
Consultant-BL-1.40.42 Negotiations/Easements/Legal Fees
11410 Prepare Right Of Way (ROW) Documents 20 20 0% 03-05-09 04-01-09 12 40 0
11415 Perform Appraisals 40 40 0% 04-02-09 05-28-09 12 40 0
11420 Review Appraisals and Prepare Offer 10 10 0% 05-29-09 06-11-09 12 40 0
11425 Present First Offer and Negotiation/Acceptance Period 20 20 0% 06-12-09 07-10-09 12 40 0
11430 Prepare Second Offer (If Needed) 10 10 0% 07-13-09 07-24-09 27 40 0
11435 Present Second Offer and Negotiation/Acceptance Period (If... 20 20 0% 07-27-09 08-21-09 27 40 0
11440 Prepare & Deliver Condemnation Packet (If Needed) 10 10 0% 08-24-09 09-04-09 27 40 0
11445 Condemnation Period (If Needed) 70 70 0% 09-08-09 12-16-09 27 40 0
11490 Real Property Complete 0 0 0% 12-16-09 27 40 0

Consultant-BL-1.50 Survey
Consultant-BL-1.50.51 Preliminary Survey
11500 Topographic (Field) Survey 40 40 0% 10-01-08 11-25-08 0 50 0

Consultant-BL-1.80 Construction
Consultant-BL-1.80.81 Construction Advertisement
Consultant-BL-1.80.81.10 Bid Preparation and Advertisement
11820 Finalize Bid Package 10 10 0% 01-28-10 02-10-10 0 80 0
11830 Start Advertisement 0 0 0% 02-11-10 0 80 0
11840 Advertisement Period 25 25 0% 02-11-10 03-17-10 0 80 0
11850 Hold Pre-Bid Meeting 1 1 0% 02-16-10 02-16-10 6 80 0
11860 Issue Addenda (As needed) 15 15 0% 02-17-10 03-09-10 6 80 0
11870 Bid Opening - Review Bids - Bid Tabulations and Select Con... 1 1 0% 03-18-10 03-18-10 0 80 0
Consultant-BL-1.80.81.20 Contract Award
11875 Start M&C Process - Construction 0 0 0% 03-19-10 0 80 0
11880 MWBE Submittal 5 5 0% 03-19-10 03-25-10 45 80 0
11890 Review and Approve MWBE Submittal 10 10 0% 03-26-10 04-08-10 45 80 0
11900 M&C Process 60 60 0% 03-19-10 06-11-10 0 80 0
11910 Execute Contract Documents 10 10 0% 06-14-10 06-25-10 0 80 0
11920 Issue Construction Notice To Proceed 0 0 0% 06-25-10 0 80 0
Consultant-BL-1.80.82 Pre-Construction Activities
11950 Hold Pre-Construction Meeting (with Contractor) 1 1 0% 06-28-10 06-28-10 8 80 0
11960 Submittals and Approvals 10 10 0% 06-28-10 07-12-10 0 80 0
11970 Start Construction 0 0 0% 07-13-10 0 80 0
Consultant-BL-1.80.83 Construction Contract
11990 Construction 180 180 0% 07-13-10 01-08-11 0 80 0
Consultant-BL-1.80.85 Inspection
12110 Final Inspection 20 20 0% 12-23-10 01-24-11 0 80 0
12120 Construction Complete 0 0 0% 01-24-11 0 80 0

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Attachment C

CITY OF FORT WORTH


SCHEDULE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
ATTACHMENT C
Print Date: 03-31-09
Example Consultant Baseline Schedule Project: Consultant-UD-6 Attachment C - Example Tier 3 Consulting Progress Schedule

Activity ID Activity Name OD RD Percent Start Finish Total Phase - 1 Var Finish 2009 2010 2011
Complete Float Date
S Oct N Dec Jan F Mar Apr M Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan F Mar Apr M Jun Jul Aug S Oct N Dec Jan F Mar Apr
Consultant-UD-6 Sample Consultant Baseline Schedule
Consultant-UD-6.30 Design - Phase @ - Station 5+10 to Station 95+32
Consultant-UD-6.30.31 30% Conceptual Design
11000 Issue Design Notice To Proceed 0 0 100% 10-01-08 A 30 0
11010 Pre-Design Corrdination Meeting 1 0 100% 10-08-08 A 10-08-08 A 30 0
11020 Prepare Conceptual Engineering Plans (30%) 20 0 100% 11-26-08 A 12-26-08 A 30 0
11030 Review Conceptual Engineering Plans (30%) 20 0 100% 12-29-08 A 01-27-09 A 30 0
11040 Incorporate Review Comments into Conceptual Engineering ... 20 0 100% 01-28-09 A 02-24-09 A 30 0
11050 30% Conceptual Plan Submittal 0 0 100% 03-03-09 A 30 -5
11060 Hold Project Reivew Meeting with the City 1 0 100% 03-04-09 A 03-04-09 A 30 -5
11080 Address City Comments 10 0 100% 03-05-09 A 03-18-09 A 30 -5
11090 Perform Geotechnical Investigation 30 21 30% 03-19-09 A 04-29-09 137 30 -5
Consultant-UD-6.30.32 60% Preliminary Design
11100 Prepare Preliminary Plans and Specifications (60%) 20 11 45% 03-19-09 A 04-15-09 0 30 -5
11110 Review Preliminary Plans and Specifications (60%) 20 20 0% 04-16-09 05-13-09 0 30 -5
11120 Incorporate Comments into Preliminary Plans and Specificati... 20 20 0% 05-14-09 06-11-09 0 30 -5
11130 60% Preliminary Plan and Specification Submittal 0 0 0% 06-11-09 0 30 -5
11140 Review 60% Preliminary Plans and Specifications (CoFW) 20 20 0% 06-12-09 07-10-09 19 30 -5
11150 TWDB Review 40 40 0% 06-12-09 08-07-09 0 30 -5
11160 Project review Meeting 1 1 0% 07-13-09 07-13-09 19 30 -5
11170 Address Conmments 15 15 0% 08-10-09 08-28-09 0 30 -5
11180 Submit Plans to Utilitiy Complanies 1 1 0% 08-28-09 08-28-09 153 30 -5
Consultant-UD-6.30.33 90% Final Design
11200 Prepare 90% Plans and Specifications 20 20 0% 08-31-09 09-28-09 0 30 -5
11210 90% Plan Submittal 0 0 0% 09-28-09 0 30 -5
11220 Review 90% Plans and Specifications (CoFW) 20 20 0% 09-29-09 10-26-09 0 30 -5
11230 Project Review Meeting 1 1 0% 10-27-09 10-27-09 0 30 -5
11240 Incorporate Final Comments and Submit Final Plans and Sp... 10 10 0% 10-28-09 11-10-09 0 30 -5
11250 Final Plans and Speifications Submittal 0 0 0% 11-10-09 0 30 -5
11260 Circulate Plans and Specifications for Signitures 5 5 0% 11-11-09 11-17-09 0 30 -5
11270 Design Complete 0 0 0% 11-17-09 0 30 -5
11280 Aquire TWDB Approval to Advertise 20 20 0% 11-18-09 12-17-09 0 30 -5
Consultant-UD-6.30.33.1 Project Environmental
11300 Perform Archeological Investigation 20 20 0% 07-20-09 08-14-09 62 30 -5
11310 Prepare Draft Environmental Informastion Document (EID) 20 20 0% 07-20-09 08-14-09 12 30 -5
11320 Review Draft EID 20 20 0% 08-17-09 09-14-09 12 30 -5
11330 Prepare Final EID 20 20 0% 09-15-09 10-12-09 12 30 -5
11340 Review Final EID 10 10 0% 10-13-09 10-26-09 12 30 -5
11350 Advertisement for EID Public Hearing 20 20 0% 10-27-09* 11-23-09 12 30 -5
11360 EID Public Hearing 1 1 0% 12-02-09 12-02-09 12 30 -5
11370 Respond to Comments and Submit Final EID to TWDB 10 10 0% 12-03-09 12-16-09 12 30 -5

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Critical Remaining Work Completed Milestones Project Baseline Bar Statused
Print Date: 03-31-09
Example Consultant Baseline Schedule Project: Consultant-UD-6 Attachment C - Example Tier 3 Progress Consulting Schedule

Activity ID Activity Name OD RD Percent Start Finish Total Phase - 1 Var Finish 2009 2010 2011
Complete Float Date
S Oct N Dec Jan F Mar Apr M Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan F Mar Apr M Jun Jul Aug S Oct N Dec Jan F Mar Apr
11380 Prepare FONSI 20 20 0% 12-17-09 01-15-10 12 30 -5

Consultant-UD-6.40 ROW/Land
Consultant-UD-6.40.42 Negotiations/Easements/Legal Fees
11410 Prepare Right Of Way (ROW) Documents 20 6 0% 03-12-09 A 04-08-09 12 40 -5
11415 Perform Appraisals 40 40 0% 04-09-09 06-04-09 12 40 -5
11420 Review Appraisals and Prepare Offer 10 10 0% 06-05-09 06-18-09 12 40 -5
11425 Present First Offer and Negotiation/Acceptance Period 20 20 0% 06-19-09 07-17-09 12 40 -5
11430 Prepare Second Offer (If Needed) 10 10 0% 07-20-09 07-31-09 27 40 -5
11435 Present Second Offer and Negotiation/Acceptance Period (If... 20 20 0% 08-03-09 08-28-09 27 40 -5
11440 Prepare & Deliver Condemnation Packet (If Needed) 10 10 0% 08-31-09 09-14-09 27 40 -5
11445 Condemnation Period (If Needed) 70 70 0% 09-15-09 12-23-09 27 40 -5
11490 Real Property Complete 0 0 0% 12-23-09 27 40 -5

Consultant-UD-6.50 Survey
Consultant-UD-6.50.51 Preliminary Survey
11500 Topographic (Field) Survey 40 0 100% 10-01-08 A 11-25-08 A 50 0

Consultant-UD-6.80 Construction
Consultant-UD-6.80.81 Construction Advertisement
Consultant-UD-6.80.81.10 Bid Preparation and Advertisement
11820 Finalize Bid Package 10 10 0% 02-04-10 02-17-10 0 80 -5
11830 Start Advertisement 0 0 0% 02-18-10 0 80 -5
11840 Advertisement Period 25 25 0% 02-18-10 03-24-10 0 80 -5
11850 Hold Pre-Bid Meeting 1 1 0% 02-23-10 02-23-10 6 80 -5
11860 Issue Addenda (As needed) 15 15 0% 02-24-10 03-16-10 6 80 -5
11870 Bid Opening - Review Bids - Bid Tabulations and Select Con... 1 1 0% 03-25-10 03-25-10 0 80 -5
Consultant-UD-6.80.81.20 Contract Award
11875 Start M&C Process - Construction 0 0 0% 03-26-10 0 80 -5
11880 MWBE Submittal 5 5 0% 03-26-10 04-01-10 45 80 -5
11890 Review and Approve MWBE Submittal 10 10 0% 04-02-10 04-15-10 45 80 -5
11900 M&C Process 60 60 0% 03-26-10 06-18-10 0 80 -5
11910 Execute Contract Documents 10 10 0% 06-21-10 07-02-10 0 80 -5
11920 Issue Construction Notice To Proceed 0 0 0% 07-02-10 0 80 -5
Consultant-UD-6.80.82 Pre-Construction Activities
11950 Hold Pre-Construction Meeting (with Contractor) 1 1 0% 07-06-10 07-06-10 8 80 -5
11960 Submittals and Approvals 10 10 0% 07-06-10 07-19-10 0 80 -5
11970 Start Construction 0 0 0% 07-20-10 0 80 -5
Consultant-UD-6.80.83 Construction Contract
11990 Construction 180 180 0% 07-20-10 01-15-11 0 80 -7
Consultant-UD-6.80.85 Inspection
12110 Final Inspection 20 20 0% 01-03-11 01-31-11 0 80 -5
12120 Construction Complete 0 0 0% 01-31-11 0 80 -5

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Attachment D

CITY OF FORT WORTH


SCHEDULE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
ATTACHMENT D
02951 - CONTRCT 32-FT WORTH 2951-Baseline FTW-13 Project Schedule Attachment D: Example Tier 3 Baseline Construction Schedule
Activity ID Activity Name Physical % OD Remaining Start Finish 2007 2008
Complete Duration
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
02951 - CONTRCT
CONTRC 32-FT WORTH 2951-Baseline 245 245 21-May-07 28-Apr-08
MOBILIZATION 10 10 21-May-07 01-Jun-07
MOBILIZATION 10 10 21-May-07 01-Jun-07
0980 Notice to Proceed 0% 0 0 21-May-07*
0990 Mobilization 0% 10 10 21-May-07 01-Jun-07
LINE # 5041(CINDY)
5041(CIND 12 12 25-May-07 12-Jun-07
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 12 12 25-May-07 12-Jun-07
1000 8 MAIN 0% 6 6 25-May-07 05-Jun-07
1010 4 SERVICE & CL OUTS 0% 7 7 30-May-07 08-Jun-07
1020 4' MNHS(SHALLOW & STAND) 0% 1 1 07-Jun-07 08-Jun-07
1030 REMOV EXIST MNHS 0% 1 1 07-Jun-07 08-Jun-07
1040 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 0% 6 6 04-Jun-07 12-Jun-07
LINE # 5044, 5045 & 5047 2 2 12-Jun-07 14-Jun-07
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 2 2 12-Jun-07 14-Jun-07
1050 8 MAIN, MNHS & TEMP ASPH REPAIR 0% 2 2 12-Jun-07 14-Jun-07
LINE # 5789 (CINDY)
(CIN 7 7 14-Jun-07 25-Jun-07
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 7 7 14-Jun-07 25-Jun-07
1060 8 MAIN 0% 2 2 14-Jun-07 18-Jun-07
1070 4 SER & CL OUTS 0% 3 3 15-Jun-07 20-Jun-07
1080 4' MNHS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 20-Jun-07 20-Jun-07
1090 TEMP ASPH 0% 3 3 20-Jun-07 25-Jun-07
LINE # 4648(LAKELAND)
4648(LAK 14 14 26-Jun-07 13-Jul-07
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 14 14 26-Jun-07 13-Jul-07
1100 8 MAIN 0% 6 6 26-Jun-07 03-Jul-07
1110 4 SERVICE & CL OUTS 0% 9 9 27-Jun-07 10-Jul-07
1120 4' MNHS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 09-Jul-07 10-Jul-07
1130 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 0% 7 7 04-Jul-07 13-Jul-07
LINE # 4647(GAY ST) 12 12 13-Jul-07 31-Jul-07
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 12 12 13-Jul-07 31-Jul-07
1140 8 MAIN 0% 3 3 13-Jul-07 18-Jul-07
1150 4 SERVICES & CL OUTS 0% 8 8 16-Jul-07 25-Jul-07
1160 4' MNHS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 25-Jul-07 25-Jul-07
1170 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 0% 4 4 26-Jul-07 31-Jul-07
LINE # 4645(HEDRICK
4645(HED 12 12 31-Jul-07 16-Aug-07
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 12 12 31-Jul-07 16-Aug-07
1180 8 MAIN 0% 3 3 31-Jul-07 03-Aug-07
1190 4 SERVICES & CL OUTS 0% 7 7 02-Aug-07 14-Aug-07
1200 4' MNHS (INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 13-Aug-07 14-Aug-07
1210 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 0% 3 3 14-Aug-07 16-Aug-07
CINDY STREET 44 44 16-Aug-07 17-Oct-07
WATER 44 44 16-Aug-07 17-Oct-07
1215 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 20 20 16-Aug-07 14-Sep-07
1220 12 MAIN 0% 8 8 14-Sep-07 26-Sep-07
1230 8 MAIN 0% 1 1 26-Sep-07 27-Sep-07
1240 10 WATER LINE 0% 0 0 27-Sep-07 27-Sep-07
1250 1 SERVICES & BULL HEADS 0% 2 2 24-Sep-07 26-Sep-07
1260 2 SERVICE 0% 0 0 26-Sep-07 26-Sep-07
1270 1 & 2 TAPS 0% 2 2 26-Sep-07 28-Sep-07
1280 CONNECTIONS 0% 4 4 28-Sep-07 05-Oct-07
1290 FIRE HYDRANTS 0% 2 2 04-Oct-07 08-Oct-07
1295 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 08-Oct-07 16-Oct-07
1300 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 1 1 16-Oct-07 17-Oct-07
LAKELAND STREET
STRE 19 19 17-Oct-07 13-Nov-07
WATER 19 19 17-Oct-07 13-Nov-07
1305 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 3 3 17-Oct-07 22-Oct-07
1310 8 MAIN 0% 7 7 22-Oct-07 30-Oct-07
1320 1 SINGLE & BULLHEAD SERVICES 0% 2 2 29-Oct-07 30-Oct-07
1330 FIRE HYDRANTS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 30-Oct-07 30-Oct-07
1340 1 TAPS 0% 4 4 25-Oct-07 30-Oct-07
1350 CONNECTIONS 0% 1 1 30-Oct-07 01-Nov-07
1355 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 01-Nov-07 09-Nov-07
1360 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 2 2 09-Nov-07 13-Nov-07
1365 PERM PAVING REPAIR 0% 0 0 13-Nov-07 13-Nov-07
GAY STREET 16 16 13-Nov-07 06-Dec-07
WATER 16 16 13-Nov-07 06-Dec-07
1367 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 2 2 13-Nov-07 15-Nov-07

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Data Date: 20-May-07
02951 - CONTRCT 32-FT WORTH 2951-Baseline FTW-13 Project Schedule Attachment D: Example Tier 3 Baseline Construction Schedule
Activity ID Activity Name Physical % OD Remaining Start Finish 2007 2008
Complete Duration
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
1370 8 MAIN 0% 4 4 15-Nov-07 21-Nov-07
1380 1 SINGLE & BULLHEAD SERVICES 0% 4 4 16-Nov-07 21-Nov-07
1390 1 TAPS 0% 4 4 16-Nov-07 21-Nov-07
1400 FIRE HYDRANTS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 21-Nov-07 21-Nov-07
1405 CONNECTIONS 0% 1 1 21-Nov-07 23-Nov-07
1406 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 26-Nov-07 04-Dec-07
1407 PERMANENT ASPH REPAIR 0% 0 0 04-Dec-07 04-Dec-07
1410 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 2 2 04-Dec-07 06-Dec-07
HEDRICK STREET 16 16 06-Dec-07 27-Dec-07
WATER 16 16 06-Dec-07 27-Dec-07
1415 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 1 1 06-Dec-07 07-Dec-07
1420 8 MAIN 0% 3 3 07-Dec-07 12-Dec-07
1440 1 SINGLE & BULLHEADS SERVICES 0% 4 4 11-Dec-07 17-Dec-07
1450 FIRE HYDRANTS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 17-Dec-07 17-Dec-07
1460 CONNECTION 0% 1 1 17-Dec-07 18-Dec-07
1465 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 18-Dec-07 26-Dec-07
1470 PERMANENT CONC REPAIR 0% 1 1 26-Dec-07 26-Dec-07
1480 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 1 1 27-Dec-07 27-Dec-07
7 CONC PAVING 26 26 25-Feb-08 01-Apr-08
PAVING 26 26 25-Feb-08 01-Apr-08
1560 REINF STEEL PLCMNT 0% 21 21 25-Feb-08 25-Mar-08
1570 SLIP FORM 0% 13 13 06-Mar-08 25-Mar-08
1580 HAND PLCMNT 0% 5 5 25-Mar-08 01-Apr-08
1590 MACHINE CHANGE 0% 4 4 25-Mar-08 31-Mar-08
1600 REMOV & RELOC LINK & WOOD FENCE 0% 1 1 27-Mar-08 31-Mar-08
1610 ADJUST WATER VALVES 0% 4 4 25-Mar-08 31-Mar-08
1620 ADJUST WATER METERS 0% 4 4 25-Mar-08 31-Mar-08
PERM HMAC PVMNT
PVM REPAIR 19 19 31-Mar-08 25-Apr-08
PAVING 19 19 31-Mar-08 25-Apr-08
1630 SAWCUT 0% 1 1 31-Mar-08 31-Mar-08
1640 FLOWABLE BACKFILL 0% 2 2 31-Mar-08 02-Apr-08
1650 ASPHALT 0% 2 2 02-Apr-08 04-Apr-08
1660 ADJUST SANITARY SEWER MNHS 0% 3 3 04-Apr-08 09-Apr-08
1670 TOPSOIL 0% 5 5 18-Apr-08 25-Apr-08
IN GENERAL 20 20 31-Dec-07 28-Jan-08
DIRT WORK 20 20 31-Dec-07 28-Jan-08
1680 UNCLASS EXCAVATION 0% 20 20 31-Dec-07 28-Jan-08
1690 CONC SIDEWALK REMOV 0% 2 2 31-Dec-07 01-Jan-08
1700 REMOV CURB & GUTTER 0% 6 6 31-Dec-07 08-Jan-08
1710 REMOV ST DR INLET & LATERAL 0% 2 2 31-Dec-07 01-Jan-08
1715 REMOV CONC DRIVEWAYS 0% 19 19 31-Dec-07 24-Jan-08
1720 REMOV CONC VALLEY GUTTER 0% 4 4 31-Dec-07 03-Jan-08
6 LIME 19 19 29-Jan-08 25-Feb-08
DIRT WORK 19 19 29-Jan-08 25-Feb-08
1730 STRINGLINE 0% 9 9 29-Jan-08 11-Feb-08
1740 MIX & COMPACT 0% 5 5 04-Feb-08 11-Feb-08
1750 FINAL MIX 0% 8 8 06-Feb-08 18-Feb-08
1760 FINISH GRADE 0% 9 9 12-Feb-08 25-Feb-08
PROJECT ACCEPTANCE
ACCEP 1 1 25-Apr-08 28-Apr-08
PROJECT ACCEPTANCE
ACC 1 1 25-Apr-08 28-Apr-08
1770 Construction Complete 0% 0 0 25-Apr-08
1775 Final Inspection 0% 1 1 25-Apr-08 28-Apr-08
1780 Project Acceptance 0% 0 0 28-Apr-08
No Area 74 74 27-Dec-07 09-Apr-08
STORM DRAIN 1 1 27-Dec-07 31-Dec-07
1490 21 STORM DRAIN 0% 1 1 27-Dec-07 31-Dec-07
SMALL STRUCTURES
STRUC 16 16 25-Feb-08 18-Mar-08
1500 CONC RETAINING WALL 0% 16 16 25-Feb-08 18-Mar-08
1510 10' STORM DRAIN INLET 0% 2 2 25-Feb-08 26-Feb-08
FLAT WORK 31 31 26-Feb-08 09-Apr-08
1520 ADA RAMPS(TY 1 & TY 2) 0% 10 10 26-Feb-08 11-Mar-08
1530 CONC VALLEY GUTTER PLCMNT 0% 1 1 10-Mar-08 11-Mar-08
1540 4' CONC SIDEWALK 0% 20 20 26-Feb-08 25-Mar-08
1550 CONC DRIVEWAYS 0% 20 20 13-Mar-08 09-Apr-08

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Data Date: 20-May-07
Attachment E

CITY OF FORT WORTH


SCHEDULE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
ATTACHMENT E
02951 - CONTRCT 32-FT WORTH 2951-Progress FTW-13 Project Schedule Attachment E: Example Tier 3 Progress Construction Schedule
Activity ID Activity Name Physical % OD Remaining Start Finish Total 2007 2008
Complete Duration Float
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May
02951 - CONTRCT 32-FT WORTH 2951-Progress 231 180 21-May-07 A 07-Apr-08 0
MOBILIZATION 10 0 21-May-07 A 01-Jun-07 A
MOBILIZATION 10 0 21-May-07 A 01-Jun-07 A
0980 Notice to Proceed 100% 0 0 21-May-07 A
0990 Mobilization 100% 10 0 21-May-07 A 01-Jun-07 A
LINE # 5041(CINDY)
5041(CIND 12 0 25-May-07 A 12-Jun-07 A
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 12 0 25-May-07 A 12-Jun-07 A
1000 8 MAIN 100% 6 0 25-May-07 A 05-Jun-07 A
1010 4 SERVICE & CL OUTS 100% 7 0 30-May-07 A 08-Jun-07 A
1020 4' MNHS(SHALLOW & STAND) 100% 1 0 07-Jun-07 A 08-Jun-07 A
1030 REMOV EXIST MNHS 100% 1 0 07-Jun-07 A 08-Jun-07 A
1040 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 100% 6 0 04-Jun-07 A 12-Jun-07 A
LINE # 5044, 5045 & 5047 2 0 12-Jun-07 A 14-Jun-07 A
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 2 0 12-Jun-07 A 14-Jun-07 A
1050 8 MAIN, MNHS & TEMP ASPH REPAIR 100% 2 0 12-Jun-07 A 14-Jun-07 A
LINE # 5789 (CINDY)
(CIN 7 0 14-Jun-07 A 25-Jun-07 A
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 7 0 14-Jun-07 A 25-Jun-07 A
1060 8 MAIN 100% 2 0 14-Jun-07 A 18-Jun-07 A
1070 4 SER & CL OUTS 100% 3 0 15-Jun-07 A 20-Jun-07 A
1080 4' MNHS(INSTALL & REMOV) 100% 1 0 20-Jun-07 A 20-Jun-07 A
1090 TEMP ASPH 100% 3 0 20-Jun-07 A 25-Jun-07 A
LINE # 4648(LAKELAND)
4648(LAK 14 0 26-Jun-07 A 13-Jul-07 A
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 14 0 26-Jun-07 A 13-Jul-07 A
1100 8 MAIN 100% 6 0 26-Jun-07 A 03-Jul-07 A
1110 4 SERVICE & CL OUTS 100% 9 0 27-Jun-07 A 10-Jul-07 A
1120 4' MNHS(INSTALL & REMOV) 100% 1 0 09-Jul-07 A 10-Jul-07 A
1130 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 100% 7 0 04-Jul-07 A 13-Jul-07 A
LINE # 4647(GAY ST) 12 0 13-Jul-07 A 31-Jul-07 A
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 12 0 13-Jul-07 A 31-Jul-07 A
1140 8 MAIN 100% 3 0 13-Jul-07 A 18-Jul-07 A
1150 4 SERVICES & CL OUTS 100% 8 0 16-Jul-07 A 25-Jul-07 A
1160 4' MNHS(INSTALL & REMOV) 100% 1 0 25-Jul-07 A 25-Jul-07 A
1170 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 100% 4 0 26-Jul-07 A 31-Jul-07 A
LINE # 4645(HEDRICK
4645(HED 12 13 31-Jul-07 A 16-Aug-07 0
SANITARY SEWER
SEW 12 13 31-Jul-07 A 16-Aug-07 0
1180 8 MAIN 0% 4 4 31-Jul-07 A 03-Aug-07 0
1190 4 SERVICES & CL OUTS 0% 7 7 02-Aug-07 14-Aug-07 0
1200 4' MNHS (INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 13-Aug-07 14-Aug-07 0
1210 TEMP ASPH REPAIR 0% 3 3 14-Aug-07 16-Aug-07 0
CINDY STREET 44 44 16-Aug-07 17-Oct-07 0
WATER 44 44 16-Aug-07 17-Oct-07 0
1215 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 20 20 16-Aug-07 14-Sep-07 0
1220 12 MAIN 0% 8 8 14-Sep-07 26-Sep-07 0
1230 8 MAIN 0% 1 1 26-Sep-07 27-Sep-07 0
1240 10 WATER LINE 0% 0 0 27-Sep-07 27-Sep-07 0
1250 1 SERVICES & BULL HEADS 0% 2 2 24-Sep-07 26-Sep-07 0
1260 2 SERVICE 0% 0 0 26-Sep-07 26-Sep-07 0
1270 1 & 2 TAPS 0% 2 2 26-Sep-07 28-Sep-07 0
1280 CONNECTIONS 0% 4 4 28-Sep-07 05-Oct-07 0
1290 FIRE HYDRANTS 0% 2 2 04-Oct-07 08-Oct-07 0
1295 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 08-Oct-07 16-Oct-07 0
1300 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 1 1 16-Oct-07 17-Oct-07 0
LAKELAND STREET
STRE 19 19 17-Oct-07 13-Nov-07 0
WATER 19 19 17-Oct-07 13-Nov-07 0
1305 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 3 3 17-Oct-07 22-Oct-07 0
1310 8 MAIN 0% 7 7 22-Oct-07 30-Oct-07 0
1320 1 SINGLE & BULLHEAD SERVICES 0% 2 2 29-Oct-07 30-Oct-07 0
1330 FIRE HYDRANTS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 30-Oct-07 30-Oct-07 0
1340 1 TAPS 0% 4 4 25-Oct-07 30-Oct-07 0
1350 CONNECTIONS 0% 1 1 30-Oct-07 01-Nov-07 0
1355 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 01-Nov-07 09-Nov-07 0
1360 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 2 2 09-Nov-07 13-Nov-07 0
1365 PERM PAVING REPAIR 0% 0 0 13-Nov-07 13-Nov-07 0
GAY STREET 16 16 13-Nov-07 06-Dec-07 0
WATER 16 16 13-Nov-07 06-Dec-07 0
1367 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 2 2 13-Nov-07 15-Nov-07 0

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Critical Remaining Work Primary Baseline
Data Date: 31-Jul-07
02951 - CONTRCT 32-FT WORTH 2951-Progress FTW-13 Project Schedule Attachment E: Example Tier 3 Progress Construction Schedule
Activity ID Activity Name Physical % OD Remaining Start Finish Total 2007 2008
Complete Duration Float
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May
1370 8 MAIN 0% 4 4 15-Nov-07 21-Nov-07 0
1380 1 SINGLE & BULLHEAD SERVICES 0% 4 4 16-Nov-07 21-Nov-07 0
1390 1 TAPS 0% 4 4 16-Nov-07 21-Nov-07 0
1400 FIRE HYDRANTS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 21-Nov-07 21-Nov-07 0
1405 CONNECTIONS 0% 1 1 21-Nov-07 23-Nov-07 0
1406 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 26-Nov-07 04-Dec-07 0
1407 PERMANENT ASPH REPAIR 0% 0 0 04-Dec-07 04-Dec-07 0
1410 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 2 2 04-Dec-07 06-Dec-07 0
HEDRICK STREET 16 16 06-Dec-07 27-Dec-07 0
WATER 16 16 06-Dec-07 27-Dec-07 0
1415 TEMPORARY WATER 0% 1 1 06-Dec-07 07-Dec-07 0
1420 8 MAIN 0% 3 3 07-Dec-07 12-Dec-07 0
1440 1 SINGLE & BULLHEADS SERVICES 0% 4 4 11-Dec-07 17-Dec-07 0
1450 FIRE HYDRANTS(INSTALL & REMOV) 0% 1 1 17-Dec-07 17-Dec-07 0
1460 CONNECTION 0% 1 1 17-Dec-07 18-Dec-07 0
1465 TEMP HMAC PAVING REPAIR 0% 6 6 18-Dec-07 26-Dec-07 0
1470 PERMANENT CONC REPAIR 0% 1 1 26-Dec-07 26-Dec-07 0
1480 TEMPORARY WATER REMOVAL 0% 1 1 27-Dec-07 27-Dec-07 0
7 CONC PAVING 26 26 21-Feb-08 31-Mar-08 0
PAVING 26 26 21-Feb-08 31-Mar-08 0
1560 REINF STEEL PLCMNT 0% 21 21 21-Feb-08 24-Mar-08 0
1570 SLIP FORM 0% 13 13 05-Mar-08 24-Mar-08 0
1580 HAND PLCMNT 0% 5 5 24-Mar-08 31-Mar-08 0
1590 MACHINE CHANGE 0% 4 4 24-Mar-08 27-Mar-08 0
1600 REMOV & RELOC LINK & WOOD FENCE 0% 1 1 26-Mar-08 27-Mar-08 0
1610 ADJUST WATER VALVES 0% 4 4 24-Mar-08 27-Mar-08 0
1620 ADJUST WATER METERS 0% 4 4 24-Mar-08 27-Mar-08 0
PERM HMAC PVMNT
PVM REPAIR 10 10 24-Mar-08 07-Apr-08 0
PAVING 10 10 24-Mar-08 07-Apr-08 0
1630 SAWCUT 0% 1 1 27-Mar-08 28-Mar-08 0
1640 FLOWABLE BACKFILL 0% 2 2 28-Mar-08 01-Apr-08 0
1650 ASPHALT 0% 2 2 01-Apr-08 03-Apr-08 0
1660 ADJUST SANITARY SEWER MNHS 0% 3 3 03-Apr-08 07-Apr-08 0
1670 TOPSOIL 0% 5 5 24-Mar-08 31-Mar-08 4
IN GENERAL 20 20 31-Dec-07 28-Jan-08 51
DIRT WORK 20 20 31-Dec-07 28-Jan-08 51
1680 UNCLASS EXCAVATION 0% 20 20 31-Dec-07 28-Jan-08 0
1690 CONC SIDEWALK REMOV 0% 2 2 31-Dec-07 01-Jan-08 52
1700 REMOV CURB & GUTTER 0% 6 6 31-Dec-07 08-Jan-08 52
1710 REMOV ST DR INLET & LATERAL 0% 2 2 31-Dec-07 01-Jan-08 52
1715 REMOV CONC DRIVEWAYS 0% 19 19 31-Dec-07 24-Jan-08 52
1720 REMOV CONC VALLEY GUTTER 0% 4 4 31-Dec-07 03-Jan-08 67
6 LIME 19 19 28-Jan-08 21-Feb-08 0
DIRT WORK 19 19 28-Jan-08 21-Feb-08 0
1730 STRINGLINE 0% 9 9 28-Jan-08 07-Feb-08 0
1740 MIX & COMPACT 0% 5 5 31-Jan-08 07-Feb-08 0
1750 FINAL MIX 0% 8 8 05-Feb-08 14-Feb-08 0
1760 FINISH GRADE 0% 9 9 11-Feb-08 21-Feb-08 0
PROJECT ACCEPTANCE
ACCEP 1 1 31-Mar-08 01-Apr-08 5
PROJECT ACCEPTANCE
ACC 1 1 31-Mar-08 01-Apr-08 5
1770 Construction Complete 0% 0 0 31-Mar-08 5
1775 Final Inspection 0% 1 1 31-Mar-08 01-Apr-08 5
1780 Project Acceptance 0% 0 0 01-Apr-08 5
No Area 62 62 27-Dec-07 24-Mar-08 11
STORM DRAIN 1 1 27-Dec-07 31-Dec-07 0
1490 21 STORM DRAIN 0% 1 1 27-Dec-07 31-Dec-07 0
SMALL STRUCTURES
STRUC 16 16 21-Feb-08 17-Mar-08 4
1500 CONC RETAINING WALL 0% 16 16 21-Feb-08 17-Mar-08 4
1510 10' STORM DRAIN INLET 0% 2 2 21-Feb-08 25-Feb-08 4
FLAT WORK 20 20 25-Feb-08 24-Mar-08 11
1520 ADA RAMPS(TY 1 & TY 2) 0% 10 10 25-Feb-08 10-Mar-08 4
1530 CONC VALLEY GUTTER PLCMNT 0% 1 1 07-Mar-08 10-Mar-08 21
1540 4' CONC SIDEWALK 0% 20 20 25-Feb-08 24-Mar-08 4
1550 CONC DRIVEWAYS 0% 20 20 25-Feb-08 24-Mar-08 4

Actual Work Milestone


Remaining Work Critical Milestone 02951 - CONTRCT 32-FT WORTH 2951-Progress 13-Jan-0913:35
Critical Remaining Work Primary Baseline
Data Date: 31-Jul-07
Attachment F

CITY OF FORT WORTH


SCHEDULE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
ATTACHMENT F
Attachment F
Schedule Submittal Process for Buzzsaw Desktop Client Users
This Job Aid contains consultant and contractor instructions for Verify that the file name contains the 5-digit Project ID, Project
submitting baseline schedules and schedule updates to the Name, and Submittal Date and follows the standard naming
City of Fort Worth (CoFW). convention.

If you are not a registered CoFW Buzzsaw user, please email Initial schedule submittal will be labeled as ‘Baseline’ for
or contact: example:

00701-FlaxseedDrainageImprovements-Baseline
Fred Griffin, Buzzsaw Administrator
City of Fort Worth Schedule submittal updates will be labeled with Schedule
Fred.Griffin@fortworthgov.org Submittal Date ‘YYYY_MM’ for example:
817-392-8868
00701-FlaxseedDrainageImprovements-2009_01
Using your registered username and password log into the
City’s Buzzsaw Site Expand or select the Schedules folder and add both the native
file and PDF file to the directory.
https://projectpoint.buzzsaw.com/client/fortworthgov
From the Toolbar Select  Add  Document

Navigate to your Project Folder. Verify that your Project ID and


Project Name are consistent with Project Folder Name.
Select Browse and go to the location of the files on your
Navigate to the Schedule Directory under your Project Folder.
desktop, select Open.
The 00701-Flaxseed Drainage Improvements project is used
for illustration.

Two files will be uploaded for each submittal. A native


schedule file format either Primavera .xer or MS Project .mpp
and a PDF version of the schedule will be uploaded.
Attachment F
Schedule Submittal Process for Buzzsaw Desktop Client Users
The file will appear in the Buzzsaw Add to Project – Select
Documents window. Select Next. Do not select Finish at this
time.

Select the Paste Comment button to copy the Comment into


You will be placed into the Attach Comment window to enter a the body of the email. Select Finish.
record into the Project Schedule Submittal Log.

Enter the Project ID-Project Name-Submittal in the Subject


Line. Type Submittal and Company Name into the Comment
window along with Contact Name and Contact Phone Number.
Select Next.

The schedule file is uploaded to the directory. An email is sent


to the Project Manager and Project Control Team.

You will be placed into the Send Email Notification window.


Select To and the Select Recipients window will appear with a
list of Project Contacts.

Select the Project Manager as the To Recipient and the


Project Controls Group as the Copy Recipient.

Upload the PDF file using the same guideline.