Construction Equipment Control Procedure
The Construction Equipment Control Procedure provides for the purchase of necessary construction equipment and tools and to minimize the use and cost of rented equipment.
Construction equipment requirements should be planned, scheduled and controlled with the same consideration that is given to other aspects of the construction development process, such as labor. Use of construction company-owned equipment should be standard, and any outside equipment rentals should be controlled to ensure the use of and rental period for such equipment is kept to a minimum.
The Construction Equipment Control Procedure applies to all construction project managers, supervisors, and project administrators. (2 pages, 335 words)
Construction Equipment Control Responsibilities:
The construction Project Manager and Project Superintendent are jointly responsible for preparing a construction equipment list, a small tools list and an expendable tools list and for forwarding these lists to the construction Purchasing Department for action.
Construction Equipment Control Procedure Activities
- Construction Company Owned Equipment and Small Tools
- Construction Rented Equipment