Certificate of Substantial Completion and Acceptance - Construction Programs & Results
If you own a construction business or are a general contractor, you are responsible for ensuring that your project is complete and meets the requirements laid out in the contract and scope of work documents.
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When you use the Certificate of Substantial Completion and Acceptance Mobile App, you can quickly and easily create an electronic agreement between you (the contractor), the architect and the building owner to establish the substantial and final completion date of the project. Download this app directly to your iPhone, iPad or Android device to ensure this document is ready when you are!
After final inspection, bring up the agreement to indicate the owner's acceptance of the job. Capture information such as: contract number, description of contract, architect, contractor and owner information, and date of commencement of warranties, and approval by the architect. Also, include cost estimate of outstanding work - defective or incomplete; and date by which the punch list of work must be completed.
This certificate refers to the design-build contract documents that includes acceptance criteria that deems the work complete or partially complete.
Have all parties sign off electronically and save the completed certificate safely and securely to the GoCanvas Cloud. Generate a PDF form and submit the report directly to the architect, building owner and all other appropriate parties. Then collect your final payment and get started on your next construction contract.
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