Basic Documents and Reports to Maintain at the Construction Site - teamlceted -lceted LCETED INSTITUTE FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS

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Dec 21, 2022

Basic Documents and Reports to Maintain at the Construction Site - teamlceted


Records and documents that must be kept at construction sites play an important role in construction activities. The document is required to prove any construction activity on the site during billing or any other claim. 

These records contain all the data on the various construction activities carried out on the site. If any additional work is performed and claimed during billing, these documents must be submitted as proof. Record keeping helps during construction project auditing at any time. These documents help protect against liquidated damages or false claims or violation of any guidelines by Stakeholders/authorities or clients.


Documents and Records at the Construction Site

The following are the various records and documents that need to be maintained at the construction site,

1.   Weekly Progress report

2.   Monthly Progress Report

3.   Daily Man-Power Report (DMR)

4.   Daily Work Report (DWR/DPR)

5.   Invoice Tracker/ Billing tracker

6.   Material Tracker/Long lead Item Tracker

7.   Minutes of meeting (Mom) (for all stake holders)

8.   Drawing Tracker (R0, R1...)

9.   Mock-up/Sample Approval doc

10.       Project Schedule

11.       Delay Tracker

12.       Checklist – Work progress, MIR, Commissioning…

13.       Change management tracker

14.       Photo logbook

15.       PEP talk – Tools inspection/Safety Train/Covid/progress…

16.       Safety Audit Doc

17.       Statutory Tracker (WCP/CAR/BOCW…)

18.       Weekly EHS report

19.       Monthly EHS Report

20.       Work Permit – General, Hot, Height, Night, Electrical……

21.       BOQ Sheet – (Rate excluded sheet)

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