How To Create A Construction Report
Construction Management is not as easy as putting "Lego Blocks" together. It involves a lot of manpower, materials, and professional advice. From hours of conceptualizing, drafting blueprints and plans in its Planning Phase up to the actual groundbreaking, laying of the foundation and putting all the materials together, a construction project requires a well designed comprehensive construction report to record its progress daily. To make a comprehensive Construction Report, we will provide you the tips on how to build one using our Ready-Made Templates.
1. Gather Information From The Site
A Construction Report is a detailed report that records the progress of an ongoing construction project. They can either be submitted daily, weekly or annually. Construction Reports are also used as a basis for risk assessment. Gather Information from the construction site itself. Consult Individual Annual Reports from task leaders. Information from those reports would give you an overall view about the progress of the said project, manpower, the materials used, and it's expenses.
2. Build With The Software Of Your Choice
In Building your Construction Report, you'll first need to have the right tools and materials for the job. Working your materials with the right tools produces a well-desired output. You can build your Construction Report using Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, PDF, Apple Pages, Mac Numbers. Our Ready-Made Templates are workable using the mentioned Software Applications. Just choose the tool you find familiar working with.
3. Laying The Foundation
A solid foundation for your Construction Report means a well-structured layout and format. Having both provides you a well-organized space and a stable platform for you to work on. Construction Reports have fillable sections and columns on it for ease of organizing data and information from the site. Construction Reports are also formatted in a manner that information about the project is to be filled out first, the remarks section filled out next and the project details last. Solid Layout and Format is already provided in our Ready-Made Templates and is Easy to Customize or use as it is.
4. Labels And Sections
A well-built Construction Report contains aptly-labeled partitions in the form of fillable sections and columns. The Section and Columns all include information like the Report Number, Project Number, Date, Number of Working Days since the beginning of the Project, Name of The Project, Name of The Contractor and the Weather itself. There are also Sections for filling in details about the project such as The Work Completed for The Period, Manpower Involved, Materials Used, Remarks From Officers, The Contract Date and The Date of Completion. All these details and information are arranged accordingly. These elements are all present in our Ready-Made Templates. These Templates already come with Suggestive Headings and Free Google Fonts for ease of editing and customization or use it as it is.
5. Print Your Output
Now that you are done Building your own Construction Report using our Ready-Made Templates, all that is left to do is to print your output. Our Professionally-Designed Ready-Made Construction Report Templates are Ready To Print using your office printer and commercial printers if you opt to. A Printed Construction Report always comes in handy when doing site visits or site inspections on the project site.