Good news! If you don’t have access to Excel to create your construction schedule template, Google Sheets has got you covered.
Much like Excel, Google Sheets has pre-built templates to get you started. They are general, but like Excel you can customize them to fit your needs. And, Google Sheets is completely free and it’s just as powerful as Excel. Plus, it comes with many construction-focused templates, like a basic Gantt chart.
If you want a more robust schedule that was built just for construction and designed for Google Sheets, you can download our free construction schedule template here.
What makes Google Sheets even better than Excel is that you can easily share and collaborate with other teammates or sub-contractors in real-time from anywhere without each person having to access a common network.
To get started creating your construction schedule in Google Sheets, just follow the step-by-step instructions and images below:
If you don’t like any of the templates that Google Sheets has to offer, download our free construction Gantt chart. It’s easy-to-use and created by builders just like you.
Prefer to use Excel? Then check out our article on how to build a construction schedule template in Excel.
Better yet, sign up for a free 10-day trial of BuildBook and use one of our project templates to create your entire schedule in less than 3 minutes. With drag-and-drop simplicity, you can customize your schedule to fit any project in less time than it takes to open an Excel spreadsheet.
P.S. We've also created the #1 construction estimate template for Google Sheets that is 100% free to download and use as your own. Check out the video below to learn more and then download it for free.