Hauling Notice of Differing Site Conditions
Construction site project managers, general contractors and hauling subcontractors can use the Hauling Notice of Differing Site Conditions mobile app on a Smartphone or tablet to notify the property owner and general contractor of differing construction project conditions not mentioned in the original construction contract.
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This app acts as a preliminary notice to owner. The differing conditions may make it necessary for the hauling subcontractor to suspend the hauling work for a period of time during which additional equipment will be required. The hauling subcontractor should also submit a notice of commencement once work resumes on the project. When the hauling subcontractor has sufficient information to evaluate the total impact of the condition on the construction project, the hauling subcontractor will submit a notice to owner and the project manager for additional compensation relating to the increased direct costs and potential inefficiency, disruption, rescheduling, acceleration, subcontractor employee overtime, overmanning, stacking of trades, dilution of supervision, cumulative impact, and any other impact costs as well as extended overhead and equipment costs for the problem and related delay due to the differing site condition. Once the hauling subcontractor has completed their work per the construction contract a final notice of completion should be submitted for final payment.
The Notice of Differing Site Conditions mobile app was developed for independent subcontractors, general contractors and construction site project managers. The app generates a PDF of the construction notice that can be emailed and easily saved for your subcontractor records. The GoCanvas App store offers a large selection of free mobile apps for the construction industry.
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