Taper and Finisher Letter Requesting CPM Data
Taper and Finisher Independent Contractors, Construction Project Managers, and Primary Contractors can now use the Taper and Finisher Letter Requesting CPM Data mobile app to request CPM Data if owner or Construction
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Project Manager is maintaining the construction site schedule. The app is intended for Taper and Finisher subcontractor work. The General Contractor, Construction Company or Taper and Finisher Subcontractor should use the app when requesting scheduling data so that they can determine any delays to the construction project and the exact schedule to complete the construction project based on the new extended time of performance. When the Taper and Finisher Subcontractor reviews the scheduling data, they must evaluate the impact on the Taper and Finisher work as a result of being forced to perform work out of sequence, changes to the construction contract and the fact that other contractors and subcontractor may interfered with and delayed the ability to perform the work per the construction contact and the subcontractor agreement. The app creates a PDF that can simply be emailed and kept for project management records. The PDF allows construction project managers to properly schedule work with the Taper and Finisher Subcontractor It should be the responsibility of the Taper and Finisher Trade Contractor to determine the corrective action needed to adhere to the construction project schedule.
The Taper and Finisher Letter Requesting CPM Data is specific to the construction industry and Taper and Finisher Subcontractors. The GoCanvas App store provides a large selection of apps for the construction industry and subcontractors. These apps are free with your GoCanvas Subscription. Another helpful form to try is our project close out letter.
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