Home Security Installation Notice of Access Delay
General contractors, home security installation subcontractors and construction project managers can use the Home Security Installation Notice of Access Delay mobile app with a mobile a device
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to create a preliminary notice to owner stating that the independent contractor’s access on the construction site has been impeded. The scheduled home security installation work cannot be performed as scheduled and sequenced per the original construction contract. The access delay will affect completion of the subcontracted work. The app allows the home security installation subcontractor to provide and update the construction project manager and direct contractor. The app also serves to inform the general contractor and property owner of additional subcontractor costs due to delays in the project schedule. Until there is a resolution the home security installation subcontractor cannot properly estimate final payment adjustments to the original construction contract relating to added time and construction costs . The app serves to request an extension of time for each day that home security installation subcontractor’s access to the critical area/equipment is denied on the property. The home security installation subcontractor agrees to expedite work in order to meet the deadlines of original contract and get the construction project back on track.
The GoCanvas App store offers a large collection of mobile apps designed for the construction industry. All GoCanvas Store Apps are available for free with a GoCanvas Subscription . The Notice of Access Delay was developed for independent subcontractors. The app produces a PDF that is easy to share for your construction records. The GoCanvas App store contains a huge assortment of mobile apps used in the construction industry.
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