c *Master Activity Listing: List each . master activity and describe exactly what is included in it. This will make clear to all personnel where one master activity stops and another begins.
d. *Master Activity Summary Sheets: This will be completed after the Level III bar chart and CAS sheets are finalized.
e *Level III Precedence Diagram.
2B Cover Sheet
a. Level III Bar Chart
b. Construction Activity Summary Sheets: This is one of the most important forms in the project package. Almost all the rest of the project package and project execution are driven by the CAS Sheet. Be sure all entries are as accurate as possible. Be specific (but use plain language) on the Safety, QC, and Environmental blocks. Your Safety, QC, and Environmental Plans will match this.
c. Completed Activities CAS Sheets: File in numerical order as construction activities are completed. Be sure to record actual man-days and duration.
d. Two Week Labor Summary: Completed by crew leader daily prior to submitting time cards to company.
e. SITREP Feeders: Forward to Ops on the 15th and 30th of each month.
f. Other Computer Printouts/Reports D.
Section ##3 Resources:
1. 3A Cover Sheet
a. *30/60/90-Day Material List: Forward a copy to MLO upon completion. MLO will enter material status from PCR/PSR and forward to Ops for action. A separate form for each 30/60/90-day requirement will be submitted.
b *30/60/90-Day Material List Letter: . Ops will supply to the Company after receiving material status from MLO. One form may be used as long as 30/60/90-day requirements are separated.
c. *Typical Bill of Materials: Ops will supply to the Company after the detailed 2. MTO is completed. Transfer information from this to the BM/MTO Comparison Worksheet.
d. *Too1 Requirement Summary: Submit Add-on BM for special tools if not already on the BM.
e *Equipment Requirement Summary: . Ensure a copy is routed to ALFA Company after completion.
2. 3b Cover Sheet
a. List of Possible Long Lead Items: This does not need to be kept in the project package. It is provided for planning purposes only.
b. List of Long Lead Items: Forward a copy to MLO after completion. Crew leader and MLO will track through home port.
c. Material Take Off Worksheet: Use this form when doing a detailed MTO. Transfer information to the BM/MTO Comparison Worksheet.
d. BM/MTO Comparison Worksheet: For any shortage of material, forward an Add-on/Reorder BM to MLO.
e. Material Transfer Request: Forward to MLO for project to project transfer only. Do not use for excess material.
f. Add-on/Reorder Justification: Attach this to all Add-on/Reorder BMs.
g. Add-on/Reorder BM: Use this along with the Justification Form. When adding or reordering material, circle Add-on or Reorder. For excess material forward this as an Add-on BM along with a 1250-1 signed by S-3. Remember, an Add-on is adding another line item to the BM. A Reorder is ordering more of the same materials already on the BM.
h. Borrow Log: Crew leader will log all project to project transfers. This is used to keep track of transfers because MLO keeps the Material Transfer Request until replacement material is received.
E. Section #4 - Plans
1. 4A Cover Sheet
a. *Quality Control Plan Cover Sheet. First sheet of the QC Plan.Continue Reading