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Prefab Pod Schedule

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ade afe
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Hello

I have recently transited into planning from architecture and i am working on a multi story residential project. I have been asked to do a "Pod Schedule" for the flats as we are using prefab pod bathrooms. What is a pod schedule? does anyone know or has the installation sequence (for pod bathroom)? my email address is afecharles@gmail.com. As i am from an architectural background, i am thinking it maybe like a typical door or window schedule but not sure. 

Many thanks in advance.

Ade

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ade afe
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Many thanks Mike,

I did wonder about that for a bit, i guess what you mentioned is the first step.

Thanks again, will keep you posted!

 

Ade

ade afe
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Hello Mike Many thanks for this. Regards Ade
Mike Testro
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Hi Ade

Welcome to Planning Planet

Every flat will have at least 1 or more bathroom pods.

Every flat will have a number relating to the floor and flat number.

Not every pod will be the same layout or orientation - some may be disabled configuration.

List the each of the different types of Pod and give them each a unique reference.

List every flat number in one column of a spreadsheet.

Allocate every pod type in the next column.

You then have a pod schedule which can then be cross referenced to the construction programme.

The next stage is to set up a procurement schedule linked with construction progress but that is another task.

Best regards

Mike Testro