Change is the one thing in life we can always count on, particularly when it comes to construction projects. Use this form to capture the details.
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A construction contract is complicated, not just in wording (leave that to the lawyers!), but in all the steps it (and you) must go through to turn the wishes of the client and the words on paper into a viable construction project. Use this form to help move matters along without forgetting any important steps and checkpoints.
Use this form to keep track of contractor work being done on your various jobsites.
This cost tracking sheet can help you keep an eye on labor, materials, travel and expenses, equipment rental and subcontractor costs.
Keep tabs on who is working on what construction crew and on what job with this handy list.
An estimate worksheet is useful not just for you in-house, but for your clients, too. This particular example covers design, engineering, make, assembly, materials, software and additional costs. There is also room for adding in prorated cost adjustment factors.
Whether you have a large construction project or a small one, keep track of what you've ordered by project and location.
When you have lots of projects going on, it helps to keep track of them by project manager. Use this form to do just that.
Change is necessary and often good. However, changes to construction projects can have a ripple effect down the line, particularly on the bottom line. Take control of project changes. Use this form.
Installations cost money. Use this sheet to track all the installation work going on at your project's various locations.