If you're not sold on the value of a daily build process, shame on you. If you do understand its importance, here's a simple 10-step approach that you can enforce.
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If you're putting up a building, this is the daily construction report to use.
This template is an Excel sheet with a pivot table utility report that retrieves data from data tables. By keeping a record of construction project data and information on data tables—and by using pivot tables—we can get back many forms and dashboards, such as a daily and weekly construction report. This zip file contains a sample record and a blank record.
Every day on the construction site is truly different. There's a lot going on. Keep track of it all with this handy form.
This daily construction report focuses on actual work being done.
This daily construction report focuses primarily on equipment, materials and work done with same.
Lots of things happen on the job every day. Use this form to keep track of them.
Who is spending what amount of time on what job at what rate? Keep track of it all with this form.
This daily report is geared toward construction subcontractors to log activities, workforce, activities, materials, weather and more. Adapt to fit your project needs.