This book serves as a training tool that teaches how to write helpful daily reports. The content of this work is knowledge acquired outside the classroom.
The information included is valuable because it informs about what is expected of inspection teams when writing daily construction reports. The content is relevant because it describes the information that construction, engineering, and inspection managers need to bring the project to its successful completion.
Knowing how to write useful daily reports is vital to provide inspection services that meet customer expectations.
The central theme of this volume is to properly document the daily activities and critical events of the construction site. Nevertheless, it also reflects on issues that answer the question of whether contractors and inspectors are enemies.
Experts use the methodology shown when supervising highway construction, but users can apply it to other types of infrastructure work.
Consultants will benefit significantly from these pages because their employees will know a successful way to anticipate emerging risks consistently and, therefore, be more effective in delivering good quality projects.
The book is essential for new inspectors or young engineers seeking guidance on how to report on road construction work. This book shortens their learning curve and helps them get the recognition they will need to advance their careers.