work order


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notice to proceed

Written communication issued by the owner to the contractor authorizing him to proceed with the work, 1 and establishing the date of commencement of the work.
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Prior to that 'stop work order' had been kept in abeyance thrice in 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18.
"Not only are work orders, inspection forms and time cards now completed and submitted in real time, but they are instantly accessible by our back office for processing," Kaluza says.
Using the R programming environment and the text mining package SnowballC (Milan 2014), the punctuation marks, English stop words (e.g., the, is, at), suffixes, and prefixes to acquire the stem words, private names, building names, and numbers were removed from the description of the work order logs.
Some other work orders included hanging up televisions, replacing light bulbs, and fixing leaky faucets in the White House.
--appropriation types used to fund modification work orders.
It works much like the other featured work-order apps with its ability to enter, review and edit work orders throughout the service process.
* Ability to define Work Order Forms at the Activity level
Pursuant to section 30 of the Act, for any work over $1,000 a contractor must obtain a signed contract or work order. As the appellate court noted, it is undisputed that plaintiff failed to comply with the Act.
The employee with writing authorities from this module can with only one mouse click create a new work order, which automatically overtakes specific regular assignments predefined in the record of selected planned maintenance procedure.
Work Order Express is a planning tool designed for job shops, manufacturers, fabricators, repair shops, and contractors who wish to upgrade workorder creation and scheduling.
It's also likely that operations may name the valve as it is placed into service via a scheduled work order.