Freebie Friday – Project/Contract Information Worksheet
This week, our Freebie Friday giveaway is a Project/Contract Information Worksheet.
Using a Project/Contract Information Worksheet is one of the best ways to document key information about requirements for a specific job and will help you to keep your project paperwork organized.
We’ve developed a basic 2-page Project Information worksheet, with the help of several contractors over the years; it summarizes important aspects of a particular job and keeps essential information handy, it’s also a great thing to give to your key office staff. When you are working on multiple projects, you do not want to have to stop to re-read a lengthy contract in orer to find a single piece of information.
The simple practice of recording important detailed information for each contract will make everyone’s life easier when you need to complete progress requisitions and/or make collection calls.
Our Project/Contract Information Worksheet, is a Word document, which you can download and customize to meet your own needs. Click here to download it now!
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