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Arrange the Project Budget Code Structure


To arrange the default and custom segments order to customize a project's Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)


Your company's Procore Administrator can enable a setting that allows users with the required user permissions to arrange the segments in a project's budget code structure in any order you want. Because editing a project's budget code structure permanently disconnects it from the company's budget code structure, you should only use this setting when a project requires a unique budget code structure. 

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • 'Admin' level permissions on the Project level Admin tool. 
    • 'Read Only' or 'Standard' level permissions on the Project level Admin tool with the 'Manage WBS Codes' granular permission enabled on your permissions template.
  • Limitations:


  1. Navigate to the Project level Admin tool. 
  2. In the right pane, click the Work Breakdown Structure link. 
  3. In the 'Budget Code Structure' section, click the Edit button.
  4. At the 'Edit Budget Code Structure' window, read the message.
    If you choose to edit a project's budget code structure, be aware that the edit action permanently disconnects the project from the company's budget code structure. Any changes that you make to the project will only apply to that project. In addition, all changes made to the company's budget code structure will have NO effect on the project's budget code structure in the future. 
  5. If you want to proceed, click Edit.
  6. In the 'Segment Order' table, click and hold the double grip and then use a drag-and-drop operation to place each segment in the desired position.  The 'Order' area reflects the segment order you define for your project's budget code structure.  
  7. Click Save.
Did you know you can customize the budget code descriptions for your project? Customization is useful when your team wants to create two or more descriptions for a single budget code. Customization can also improve the readability of your codes on financial line items for your end users. To learn more, see Why and how do I create a custom budget code description for Procore's Project Financials tools?