Schedule of Values Template

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About Schedule of Values Template

Download our basic Schedule of Values Template to use as a management tool in monthly pay application processing, and as a valuable tool in evaluating a project’s progress as a completion percentage related to plan.

A schedule of values is a start-to-finish list of work items on a project (broken down into their component parts and with corresponding values) that, in total, represent the entire project from beginning to end and the entire contract price. According to the standard AIA documents, “The schedule of values shall allocate the entire contract sum among the various portions of the work.”

 

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