This template outlines a classic Project Charter with a focus on project definition and strategic ties. Risks and stakeholder needs are covered, but not in granular detail. It is appropriate for fairly low-risk projects where the goal is to get everyone on the same page up front.
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Whether you are erecting a small building or a world-class skyscraper, use this checklist to monitor column plumbing.
Are you into structural steel fabrication? Monitor materials, fabrication, cleaning, painting, marking and documentation with this form.
Subcontract administrators, do you ever feel overwhelmed with so many items to monitor and so little time? Use this form to keep tabs on subcontract documentation.
Make sure your bidders fully understand what's expected of them at the construction site. Make sure they fill out this detailed questionnaire so there are no surprises.
Whether your construction site is small or large, you need to keep an eye on safety regulations as well as site conditions, not just for your own people, but for all the subcontractors, too. But you can't always be everywhere all the time. Here's where this form comes in. Issue one to every subcontractor, and make sure it gets filled out properly.
There are a lot of subcontractors out there, and some are much better than others. Use this lengthy and highly detailed form to prequalify subcontractors to find the right people for your job.
Know who your suppliers are, what they do and how they do it. Have them fill out this detailed questionnaire.
A project impacts lots of people, resources and processes behind the scenes. Use this checklist to make sure you'll have the support you need from key people in the background without whose support your project will not get off the ground.
Does your client know how far along in the project you are? Take a cue from this presentation to let the client understand your progress as well as your and his next step.