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how to create work breakdown structure WBS using standard Division of work

Work breakdown structure WBS

work breakdown structure

one of the first important steps to create a detailed time schedule is to create a proper work breakdown structure WBS, to prepare a professional work breakdown structure WBS it is highly recommended to follow CSI international division and subdivision system.

Work breakdown structure WBS

Work breakdown structure WBS

The attached work breakdown structure WBS excel sheet includes all the main divisions and subdivision coding system.

Sample of divisions included on the excel sheet


 

Division 0 – Specification sections covering Introd

Project Title Page
Certifications Page
Seals Page
Table of Contents
Table of Contents (Masterformat 2004)
List of Drawings
List of Schedules
Bid Solicitation
Instructions to Bidders
Information Available to Bidders
Bid Form
Supplements to Bid Form
Supplement A – List of Subcontractors
Supplement B – List of Unit Prices
Supplement C – List of Alternatives
Supplement D – List of Separate Prices
Supplement E – Cost Breakdown
Supplement F – List of Supplementary Mechanical Information
Supplement G – List of Supplementary Electrical Information
Supplement H – List of Equipment
Items Eligible For Tax Rebate Form
Agreement
Bonds and Certificates
General Conditions
Supplementary Conditions
Addendum Number 1
Section Template

 

 


Division 1 – General Requirements

Summary
Green Building Requirements
Price and Payment Procedures
Allowances
Alternatives
Unit Prices
Administrative Requirements
Mechanical and Electrical Coordinator
Construction Progress Schedule
Quality Requirements
Reference Standards
Temporary Facilities and Controls
Temporary Utilities
Field Offices
Vehicular Access and Parking
Security Measures
Temporary Erosion and Sedimentation Control
Project Signs
Product Requirements
Execution Requirements
Waste Management
Indoor Air Quality
Closeout Submittals

 

Division 2 – Site Construction

Removal and Disposal of Underground Storage Tanks
Demolition
Site Clearing
Grading
Excavation
Fill and Backfill
Trenching for Site Utilities
Rock Removal
Cement Soil Stabilization
Lime Soil Stabilization
Soil Treatment for Termite Control
Riprap
Pile Load Tests
Concrete-Filled Steel Piles
Steel Sheet Piles
Precast Concrete Piles
Steel H Piles
Timber Piles
Auger Cast Grout Piles
Pressure Injected Footings
Drilled Concrete Piers (Caissons)
Water Distribution
Disinfections of Water Distribution System
Wells
Sanitary Sewer Piping
Septic Tank System
Site Gas Distribution
Ground-Coupled Heat Exchanger
Underground Electrical Ducts and Manholes
Wood Utility Poles
Site Grounding
Pipe Culverts
Sub-drainage
Combination Foundation Drainage, Radon Venting, and Footing Formwork
Underground Storm Water Retention Chamber
Storm Drainage Piping
Manholes and Covers
Aggregate Base Course
Bituminous Concrete Paving
Portland Cement Concrete Paving
Pavement Markings
Brick Pavers
Concrete Pavers
Stone Pavers
Asphalt Block Pavers
Playground Surfacing
Porous Pavements
Irrigation System
Chain Link Fences and Gates
Segmental Retaining Walls
Mechanically Stabilized Earthen Retaining Walls
Steel Guardrail
Parking Bumpers
Site and Street Shelters
Playground Equipment
Seeding
Sodding
Exterior Plants
Plant Maintenance
Bituminous Concrete Removing and Recycling
Structure Moving

 

 


 

Division 3 – Concrete

Concrete Color Additive
Concrete Forms and Accessories
Architectural Concrete Form Liners
Concrete Reinforcement
Cast-in-Place Concrete
Integral Waterproofing of Concrete
Concrete Floor Finishing
Concrete Stamping
Exposed Aggregate Concrete Finish
Shotcrete
Post-Tensioned Structural Concrete
Concrete Curing
Curing, Sealing, and Hardening Concrete Floors
Structural Precast Concrete
Precast Concrete Hollow Core Planks
Architectural Precast Concrete
Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Tilt-Up Precast Concrete
Self-Leveling Underlayment
Lightweight Insulating Concrete
Cementitious Underlayment
Preparation for Resurfacing Concrete
Concrete Resurfacing and Rehabilitation
Concrete Repair
Adhesive Anchors

 

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