With our All in One System guidebook you can learn all secrets of the trade that only the most experienced professionals know. You can learn how to execute a successful construction project in the least amount of time.
Have you ever found yourself wishing that there was an easier way to manage a construction project? That you had a set of extensive templates which you could use to manage the construction project? Well, with our product your wish can finally be fulfilled!
Our templates with equip you with a lot of different skills.
With our guidebooks you can easily know what procedure to follow, what standards to adopt and what process to go through. This will help save you tons of time which you would have otherwise spent finding out what the next step is and what not.
You can stop wasting money on people who claim that they can draft a document you may need while managing your construction project. All the documents you need will be included in our All in One Guidebook so that you can have easy access to all necessary documentation. This way you will not have to rely merely on your guesses regarding what documents you may end up needing and when.
The saying time is money is true, the more time you waste; the more money you will waste. Do not risk upsetting your employees with a huge bill because you spent time filling out the wrong forms or messed up a specific document, it is not worth the risk.
My guidebook has proven itself extremely useful to people who are just starting out in the field of construction project management.
The other guidebook that I provide is the Construction Management Step by Step Templates.
There are five steps in this guidebook that will help you successfully pull this project off.
Step 1 is the initial phase of the project for when you bid for a particular project and subsequently start it off, for that you will have templates for the Project Charter, Stakeholder Registry and Project Statement of Work.
Step 2 involves all the documents you will need for the following procedures; Project Management Plan, Change Control Plan, Requirements Documentation and Traceability Matrix, Project Scope Statement, WBS, WBS Dictionary, Activity List, Activity Attributes, Milestone List, Milestone Schedule, Network Diagram, Analogous Estimating, Parametric Estimating, Project Schedule, Analogous Cost Estimating , Parametric Cost Estimating, Cost Performance Baseline, Quality Management Plan, Quality Metrics, Organizational Chart, RAM, Human Resource Plan, Employment Contract, Contract Expiration Notice, Contract Extension Request, Non renewal of Contract, Contract Extension, Communication Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, Risk Register, Owner Supplied Material and Equipment (OSME), Procurement Management Plan, Procurement Statement of Work, Request For Information (RFI), Invitation for pre-qualification For Bid, Invitation For Bid (IFB), Pre-qualification criteria, Safety and Health Plan, Safety checklists, Weekly safety performance report, Feasibility study, Credit Line – Bank, Credit Line – Supplier, Claim Statement, Claim Hours Computation.
Step 3 is a more detailed account of your construction project such as Work Performance Information, Quality Control Measurement – Concrete Pouring, Concrete Cylinder Test Log, Batch Plant Inspection, Steel Reinforcement Test Log, Non-compliance Notice (NCN), Non-compliance Action (NCA), Change Requests, Change Log, Project Team Directory, Resource Calendar – Manpower, Issue Log, Transmittal Form, Project Record Registry – IN, Project Record Registry – OUT, Letter to contractor, Field Instruction, Material Submittal Form, Material Submittal Summary, Drawing or Document Registry, Memo, Agenda for pre-qualification meeting, Pre-construction meeting of minutes, Daily Activity Report – Civil/Structural, Daily Activity Report – Electrical, Weekly Progress Report, Monthly Progress Report, Weather, Qualified Sellers Lists, Tender Form, Sellers Proposal, Bidder Conferences, Selected Seller’s Lists, Resource Calendar – Material, Resource Calendar – Equipment
Step 4 has a lot of the legal forms you will require during the course of your construction project management, these include Non-compliance Notice (Scope), Non-compliance Action Form (Scope), Accepted deliverables, Work Performance Measurement, Statistical Sampling, Inspection Request, Non-compliance Notice (Quality), Punch Lists, Non-compliance Action Form (Quality), Performance Reports, Risk Audits, Owner Supplied Material- purchased and delivered, Owner Supplied Material- consumption, Order of payment, Invoice of PM services, Daily Time Sheet, Overtime Authorization Log, Request for Leave of Absence, Request For Payment, Contractor’s release of liens, Release of Lien upon Payment, Consent of Surety for Final Payment, Endorsement Letter, Payment details and Computation, Daily Time Sheet – Contractor and Supplier, Non Compliance Notice (NCN) for Safety, Non Compliance Action for Safety.
And finally Step 5 is to close the project, close the contract by completion and the reconciled claim.
In our step by step guidebook we take you through the different phases a construction project goes through and what a construction project manager will need to do during each of these phases to make sure nothing goes awry and every goes according to plan.