This is the one-volume, one-page-per-day version with a green cover.
The Construction and Maintenance Daily Log helps you record all of the day's important events. Improved record keeping will lead to better project organization, a better understanding of the work and the costs, fewer hassles over disputed changes and ultimately increased profitabilty, and, perhaps, a better defense in the case of litigation
There is a heading for each section so you can keep consistent records. The log makes it easy to keep good notes so that you or your supervisors can maintain better records. You may find your completed log book to be an excellent estimating tool for bidding on similar jobs in the future. It can also help you save time by having your notes organized and together in one place.
It has sections for:
* Weather Conditions
* Work Performed
* Safety Topics
* Work Force Compensation
* Problems and Delays
* Sub-Contractor Progress
* Equipment Usage
* Materials Purchased Applications
* Construction management.
A must for all Superintendents and Foremen.
The Construction and Maintenance Daily Log has a specially sewn binding for ease in writing. The premium binding process allows the log to lie flat when it is open, making it easier for you to write your notes. It's durability means your log book will hold up well.
The top of the daily page is dated with the month, date and the first two digits of the year. First, you fill in the last two digits of the year and the day of the week. Then you begin your record keeping by making notes about the work performed that day, the weather, work force composition, and the topic of your safety meeting. As the day goes on, you may want to make notes on problems and delays, sub-contractor progress, equipment usage and the material purchased. Don't forget to sign the bottom of the page at the end of the day, and get signatures for changes, modifications, and changes to the day's plan.
See a sample page here.
There is a blue cover version in two volumes. It has two pages per day for record keeping. See it here.