Tim K Garrison
Tim K Garrison

My Schedule

Updated:  12/13/18,   10:25 a.m.  


Tim's Schedule for week: 12/10 - 12/14: In office with a few meetings.


Approx Backlog 10 days.

This is the number of days from Updated date above until I can start a job NOT in the queue. Jobs are entered in the queue only after a signed contract is in place. I usually turn around proposals in one day.  

Current Jobs in Queue 

Jobs show up here only after a signed contract is in place.

Job Name (address) Desc'r Est'd Start % Com-plete Waiting On Waiting For...
547 ADN2 12/18 0 Plans examiner reply to review ?s
389 Deck 12/14 0 - -
469 Slab D 100 Builder payment
121 Deck 12/19 0 Owner approval to start
15325 NH U 50 - -
1304 ADN1 12/15 10 Arch updated drawings
1901 NH U 15 Arch full drawing set
3941 ADN U 95 Arch review draft design
3936 NH U 95 Arch review draft engr'g
455 RE U 10 Arch updated plans
4063 RE U 95 Owner payment
1400 TI D 100 Arch payment
4235 NH U 95 Arch

review draft engr'g

2319 NH U 95 Arch review draft engr'g
1415 TI U 95 Client calc roof system?
85 RE D 100 Arch payment
NERR TI D 100 Arch payment

Job Name: If a number, that's the project's physical street address. If letters, that's an acronym for a company name, street name, etc. 


The order in the table is generally the order received (most recent at top) but does NOT necessarily reflect the order in the queue due to previous committments, items not ready, other priorities, etc.


Description: NH = New Home; RE = Remodel / Addition; Deck = Deck repair, addition, or modification; ADN = Addendum; BC = Business Consultation; FDN = Foundation or retaining wall; SPK = Speaking Engagement; SI = Structural Investigation; SR = Structural Repair. TI = Tenant Improvement.


Est'd Start: If a date is listed that's the estimated start date. Dates with a star, *, are firm. U = Underway. D = Done. H = on Hold.


Waiting On: ARCH = the architect / designer needs to supply me a document or drawing. BLDR = the builder needs to provide information, document, review, etc. CLIENT = usually means I'm waiting on the client for a decision or a payment. JUR = I'm waiting on something from the approving jurisdiction. 

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