Cranes and Hoist Subcontractor Request for Time Extension Due to Severe Weather
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The Cranes and Hoist Subcontractor Request for Time Extension Due to Severe Weather mobile app allows project managers, general contractors and cranes and hoist subcontractors to complete a paperless contractor or subcontractor extension of time due to inclement weather and request an extension of time due to a construction delay caused by a force majeure event outside of general contractor and cranes and hoist subcontractor's control. The app generates an extension of time letter that includes date of delay claim, addressee, request for an extension of time, contract time, contract number, name of designated cranes and hoist subcontractor representative, details of the encountered unforeseeable and unusually severe inclement weather which has delayed contractor and performance of the cranes and hoist subcontractor work, stating that the excusable delay is beyond the cranes and hoist subcontractor's control, and without fault or negligence of the construction projects general contractor or subcontractor. The letter states duration of delay, delay damages, cost, cost savings and encloses charts of inclement weather conditions provided by the Weather Bureau. The app allows the cranes and hoist subcontractor’s project manager to sign the letter. The app generates a PDF that is easily emailed and stored for the project manager, general contractor or subcontractor’s records.
GoCanvas apps can easily be customized and personalized to include your construction company’s current force majeure event and act of god criteria in your cranes and hoist subcontractor’s construction contract for bad weather related excusable delays. Please note that this app is designed to be used in a construction context only as specified in your subcontractor agreements force majeure clause.
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