Updated: Tues., 12/1/20, 7:01 a.m.
I update this at least once a day, M-F, except when out of the office.
Tim's Schedule for week: 11/30 - 12/4: In office with a few meetings.
Approx Backlog: 3 weeks.
This is from the 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.
Jobs are listed here only after a contract is in place.
|Job Name (address)||Desc'r||Est'd Start||% Com-plete||Waiting On||Waiting For...|
|507||NRes||12/21||0||Arch||final plans and blanks|
|12306||NRes||12/16||0||Arch||final plans and blanks|
|BVARd||NRes||U||90||Arch||review draft engr'g|
|1432||NRes||U||90||Arch||provide updated plans|
|2932||Remdl||U||95||Arch||review draft engr'g|
|20947||NRes||9/21||0||Owner||final plans and blanks|
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, project 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 commitments, items not ready, other priorities, etc.
Description: NRes = New Residential building; Re = Remodel / Addition; NMul = New Multifamily building; 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 detail, drawing, or document. Bldr = the builder needs to provide information, document, review, etc. Client or Owner = usually means I'm waiting on the client for a decision or a payment. Jur = I'm waiting on something from the reviewing jurisdiction.
"Blanks" or "Clean plans" are floor plans and foundation plans to scale in pdf format just showing the linework - no dimensions, text, shading, hatching, etc. I use these for structural sketches and base drawings.
"Review draft engr'g" means that the "Waiting on" person has been supplied with my draft engineering plans and needs to look them over to be sure they're in synch with the architectural plans. With this review and approval I then assemble my final structural drawings, seal and copy them.