clerk of the works


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clerk of the works

The owner’s site representative or owner’s inspector at a construction site.
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Input from the insured, contractor, and clerk of the works is recommended as a verification of costs incurred.
Winstanley was promised the position of Clerk of the Works when he was old enough, and meanwhile went on a Grand Tour.
The last portion of this magnum opus is devoted to the elder Dance, architect of the Mansion House, and Clerk of the Works to the City of London, a post in which his son, the younger Dance, succeeded him in 1768.
Charlie Kelly is one of the most dedicated athletic supporters in the UK - club treasurer, senior club coach, athletic official and, I understand, the clerk of the works for this project.
Against an earlier historiography dependent heavily on the late-nineteenth-century notes of a clerk of the works and crystallized by St.
Dealing not with the architects and architecture of country houses but with the economic and social context of builders and building, it enlarges on topics such as the key function of the clerk of the works, work forces, and the procurement and transport of materials.
With a nationwide group of experienced forensic accountants, CPAs and CFEs, HSNO has more than 35 years of experience handling trust accounts and detailed clerk of the works programs that allows for monitoring of large cost programs and projects with the sole objective of identifying and uncovering typical indicators of overbilling and fraud.
After retirement, he continued in the field as a Clerk of the Works, acting as the eyes and ears of the owner, to be sure buildings were put up to specification.