Sheet Metal Worker Notice of Directed Acceleration
Sheet metal worker subcontractors, general contractors, construction site project managers can use the Sheet Metal Worker Notice of Directed Acceleration mobile app with a tablet or Smartphone to complete a preliminary notice for the property owner and prime contractor requesting additional compensation for all direct and indirect construction project costs of the proposed acceleration associated with sheet metal worker.
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The notice is to inform the project manager, general contractor and subcontractor employees of additional manpower, extra shifts, and overtime required by the sheet metal worker subcontractor to comply and complete the sheet metal worker work per the original construction contract. The app is specific to the sheet metal worker effort including, but not limited to, any resulting inefficiencies from disruption, rescheduling, overmanning, stacking of trades, overtime, dilution of supervision and any other project impacts at the property. The independent subcontractor should use the app to assure the project manager that the sheet metal worker subcontractor will do everything possible to limit additional costs and as soon as the subcontractor can quantify the costs of the accelerated effort, they will submit a change order to the project manager prior to notice of completion and request of final payment..
The Notice of Directed Acceleration mobile app was developed for construction site project managers, primary contractors and independent subcontractors. The app creates a PDF of the notice that can be emailed and easily saved for your construction records. The GoCanvas App store offers a large variety of mobile apps for the construction industry.
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