Overview

CONSTRUCTION CHECKLIST

A construction checklist is a set of items or activities that a site in-charge must verify, check, and inspect to ensure the systematic progress of a project. It is a great tool that can help optimize and organize a project in many ways.

Effective management of a construction project requires proper tracking of project activities and tasks for their on-time and efficient delivery. This is achieved by having construction checklists as a reference.

Applications

A thorough and adequately structured construction checklist is the key to the successful implementation of different construction processes of the projects. It helps to overcome the errors that arise due to human carelessness

Course Highlights:

  • INTRODUCTION
  • PRELIMINARY STAGE
  • FOUNDATION STAGE
  • STRUCTURAL FRAMING STAGE
  • INTERMEDIATE STAGE
  • FINISHING STAGE
  • FINAL RECORDS
  • APPENDIX
    • CONCRETE
    • MASONARY
    • WATER PROOFING, DAMPPROOFING AND CALKING
    • STRUCTURAL STEEL
Technical Feature

Technical Feature

A construction checklist is a set of items or activities that a site in-charge must verify, check, and inspect to ensure the systematic progress of a project. It is a great tool that can help optimize and organize a project in many ways.

Effective management of a construction project requires proper tracking of project activities and tasks for their on-time and efficient delivery. This is achieved by having construction checklists as a reference.

TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION CHECKLIST

The common types of construction checklists are:

  1. General safety checklists
  2. Equipment checklists
  3. Tools checklists
  4. Quality and certification checklists
  5. Pre-work checklists
  6. Safety checklists

Preliminaries (or ‘prelims’) may appear in tender documents, providing a description of a project that allows the contractor to assess costs which, whilst they do not form a part of any of the package of works required by the contract, are required by the method and circumstances of the works.

NBS suggest that ‘the purpose of preliminaries is to describe the works as a whole, and to specify general conditions and requirements for their execution, including such things as subcontracting, approvalstesting and completion.’ Preliminaries and work sections together describe what is required to complete the works required by the contract.

  • CONCRETE
  • MASONARY
  • WATER PROOFING, DAMPPROOFING AND CALKING
  • STRUCTURAL STEEL
  • CARPENTRY