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  1. Making your submittal log and tracking of submittals and materials

    Quote Originally Posted by atuter View Post
    This post is written from a General Contractor point of view (like most of my posts anyway):

    All the materials you use on a project will need a formal submittal that needs to be approved by the Architect, Engineers and other consultants as applicable. The making of your submittal log does not start when you start receiving submittals. If this is the case it means you are already late. You should start a submittal log before the project starts, first by going through all your drawings
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  2. Bid Comparison

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    You must analyse the work scope and make a bid comparison sheet in order to compare the bids one by one. Be as detailed as possible and try to make things apples to apples. Many times the difference is price is not due to one guy being lower or higher, but it is due to different inclusions and exclusions in the bids. List all items pertaining to that work scope and then check all the quotes against that list. A good way to start that list is from one of the most detailed quotes that you receive
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  3. Accurate log keeping

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    From a General Contractor point of view, you will need to keep separate logs for the change orders that your subcontractor submitted to you and the change orders that you submit to the owner, which is kind of obvious. However make sure that those two logs are related to each other and refer to each other otherwise things will get very confusing. If you are on a large project with an established system and especially using software like prolog for instance things it is something else.... But if you
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  4. Costs savings when ordering materials yourself? Not really

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    On every job that I worked on where the general contractor ordered the material himself and hiring a separate installer, just to save money, I saw that it is not worth it. Here are the reasons why:

    1-First of all you loose your single source accountability during the job.
    2-You loose your single source liability after the job, when the installed material needs to perform as expected. if something goes wrong, your installer will definitely blame you about the materials.
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  5. Pile driving equipment

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    When making your schedule for piling operations, always keep in mind that the pile rig is a heavy and large equiupment therefore it will probably need special permits for transportation. This means additional approval time for a permit, additional cost and also just a specific window (usually night time of a certain day) that the pile rig can be transported. Also you need to make sure that all the piling operations are properly finished because once the rig is gone, it is very hard to get it back
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