Note: Everything on this page only applies to everything related to Project Build It.
|Bob the Builder: Project Build It|
|Format||Children's television series|
|Created by||Keith Chapman|
|Country of origin||Britain|
|No. of seasons||7|
|No. of episodes||93|
|Running time||11 minutes (individual episodes)|
26 minutes (half hour showings)
|Original channel||Cbeebies (Britain; 2004-2008; 2008-Present in Reruns)|
PBS Kids (United States; 2005-2008; 2008-2015 in Reruns)
PBS Kids Sprout (United States; 2005-2012; Reruns)
November 22nd, 2004 - October 3rd, 2009 (UK)
September 13th, 2005 - Late 2009 (US)
|Preceded By:||Bob the Builder: Original Series (1998-2004)|
|Followed By:||Bob the Builder: Ready, Steady, Build! (2010-2012)|
Bob the Builder: Project Build It is the first spin-off of Bob the Builder.
The main setting of the series is Sunflower Valley. Bobsville still appeared quite frequently though. Trix does not appear in the spin-off due to her model being repainted into the character Sumsy, who resembles Trix. Skip only appears in one episode because his model was refurbished into Packer.
Unlike the Original Series, there are machines who either have unknown owners or owners that never got revealed. Bristle, Flex, Tumbler, Gripper, and Grabber are the following machines who don't seem to have owners. It's thought that Flex is owned by Mr. Bell but it's currently unknown if he really does own Flex. Benny and Zoomer appear from the special Snowed Under, who are under owned by Robert and Dot. Shorts were also included in this series.