Here are some real-life examples of Time Location Charts. They are from different types of projects, including:

  • A Vertical High Rise
  • A Fibre Optic Network
  • A Segmental Bridge
Watch the video below, or scroll down to read and see the charts. 

Real-Life Examples of Time Location Charts

Time Location Chart Example: Vertical High Rise

High-Rise Example

Here we’re looking at a high rise. In this case, the time is on the horizontal axis a bit like a traditional Gantt chart, the vertical axis represents the physical areas of the high rise building. A summary of the whole project is represented on one page. 

The red boxes are the critical path of the project. 

Example: Fibre-Optic Network

Fibre Optic Network Example

About 10 years after my first fibre-optic network I had the opportunity to work on a very similar project, thousands of kilometers of fibre optic rollout. This time I was armed with a lot more knowledge of how to present this type of information and how to generate charts. Another successful outcome here with thousands of kilometers and tasks presented on a single page.

Example: Segmental Bridge

A simple example here of a bridge to show it’s not just the traditional highway/railway/tunnel type of projects these charts can be used on. 

Again, we can easily see the critical path on this project. 

Example: Highway Project

Highway Project Example

Here’s an example Time Location Chart for a highway project, with the critical path shown in red.  

Why Use Time Location Charts?

The real-life Time Location Chart examples above show hundreds or even thousands of tasks that would traditionally have been 10-100 pages of Gantt chart. And they do it on a single page. 

You can turn your Gantt Charts into Time Location Charts, too. You can even learn how to do it for free with our free video course!

Get the Full Video Course On Time Location Charts

If you want to get your Gantt charts onto one place, We’ve created a 30-minute video course that covers everything you need to know about Time Location Charts, including:

  • What are Time Location Charts
  • Why they are the best way to communicate a project schedule
  • Who can benefit from Time Location Charts
  • How to read Time Location Charts
  • How to optimise a schedule using a Time Location Chart
  • The best (and worst) ways to generate Time Location Charts
  • A 90-second demo of how to create a Time Location Chart with Turbo-Chart
  • Tips on getting your team on board with using Time Location Charts

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