Post by Silver City Cleaning on Mar 11, 2009 11:09:46 GMT -5
I've done many construction clean-up projects over the years. Here's a basic list I start with. I like to discuss the specs before the project starts so that I and the customer both have a clear understanding of the scope of work.
It's a good idea to include a rework agreement in your proposal. Other contractors onsite have a tendency to go back through areas because they are behind schedule or are completing their punch lists.
Keep detailed records of dates and times you and your team work onsite, work performed, damage notes and photos, and crews that enter previously cleaned areas. On jobs that require several days, weeks, or months, get the superintendent to sign off on work. Daily is ideal.
Chances are that the superintendent or architect will give you a punch list. If it's only a few items and I'm to blame, I'll usually just take care of the as a favor. It there are a lot of items and I'm clearly not to blame, refer to your Job log and politely and tactfully refer to your rework agreement.