Kicking off a project is where you can set the stage from how the project will go forward.
Subcontracts signed before work starts: Having signed subcontracts in place before work begins ensures that all parties involved in the project are on the same page in terms of scope of work, timeline, and budget. This helps to reduce the risk of misunderstandings or disputes down the road.
Certificate of insurance (COI) collected before work begins: Collecting a COI from each subcontractor before work begins ensures that they have the necessary insurance coverage in place to protect themselves and your company from potential liabilities.
Limits checked on COIs before work begins: It's important to review the limits on each COI to ensure that they meet the requirements set forth in the subcontract. This can help to protect your company from potential gaps in coverage.
Licenses reviewed before work begins: Reviewing licenses ensures that each subcontractor has the necessary credentials to perform the work required on the project. This helps to ensure that the work is performed safely and in compliance with all applicable regulations.
Safety plan reviewed before work begins: Reviewing the safety plan ensures that all parties involved in the project understand the potential hazards and have a plan in place to mitigate those risks. This helps to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries on the job site.
Schedule of values reviewed & approved by project manager before first invoice: Reviewing and approving a schedule of values ensures that the invoicing process is accurate and transparent. This helps to ensure that subcontractors are compensated in a timely and fair manner and helps to avoid payment disputes.