What is a Notice of Construction?
A Notice of Construction is a document used to advise residents of upcoming construction in their neighbourhood/area.
What is the purpose of a Notice of Construction?
The purpose of a Notice of Construction is to advise residents of any upcoming construction work in their area, as well as any possible inconveniences as a result of this project (i.e. construction dust, noise, water shut off, limited access to driveways, road closure, etc.). Additionally, a Notice of Construction provides residents with contact information for a company representative.
Why do I need a Notice of Construction?
A Notice of Construction is an excellent tool to advise residents of upcoming work in their area. It gives residents an advanced notice that construction is set to commence in their area. Additionally, it provides residents with contact information for the company completed the work (in the event of an incident, questions, or concerns regarding the project).
How do I complete a Notice of Construction
To complete a Notice of Construction:
- Download the Notice of Construction template
- Complete the template by inserting the appropriate information listed in brackets
How do I use a Notice of Construction?
- Procure necessary details (i.e. work area, anticipated time line, any possible inconveniences to residents, etc.)
- Complete template
- Print sufficient copies of the Notice of Construction
- Distribute Notice of Construction to resident mailboxes 1-2 weeks prior to anticipated commencement of work
Notice of Construction Template
The following provides a listing of sample templates, documents, articles and other resources to help you in carrying out your duties and managing your worksite. It is expected that the documents will be amended to suit the styles, needs and circumstances of the individual, or company, involved. These resources are not intended to replace an individual’s, or a company’s, professional and skillful judgement. Each template, document and article and other resource should be assessed within the context of the individual’s, or company’s own day-to-day operation. Individuals and companies must exercise proper judgment respecting the correctness and applicability of the material. Hard Hat Hunter accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions, and expressly disclaims any such responsibility.
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