x. Other Safety Forms.
F. Section #5 - Drawings/Specifications.
1. 1A Cover Sheet.
a *Project Plans
b. *Highlighted Specifications
2. 1B Cover Sheet
a. Site Layout
b. Shop Drawings
c. Detailed Slab Layout Drawings
d. Forming Plans
e. Rebar Bending Schedule
f. Other Sketches/Drawings
g. Technical Data
The OPS Department should also assign a project planning milestones checklist (fig. 2-13) at the beginning of the home port for each project.
ESTIMATING is the process of determining the amount and type of work to be performed and the quantities of material, equipment, and labor required. Lists of these quantities and types of work are called estimates.
PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES are made from limited information, such as the general description of projects or the preliminary plans and specifications, having little or no detail. Preliminary estimates are prepared to establish costs for the budget and to program general manpower requirements.
DETAILED ESTIMATES are the precise statements of quantities of material, equipment, and manpower required to construct a given project. The underestimating of quantities can cause serious delays in construction and even result in unfinished projects. A detailed estimate must be accurate to the smallest detail to quantify requirements correctly.
Figure 2-13. - Project planning milestones checklist.Continue Reading