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Give warning to the subcontractor or contractors who are not following the given schedule and has slow accomplishment progress.
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Are you a general contractor or a quality assurance/site engineer from the owner/client-side? Use this template when your contractor or subcontractor has slow accomplishment progress or does not follow the submitted schedule.
The construction schedule is a crucial factor in one project, so they need to be responsible and aware of it as a contractor.
And if you are a quality assurance or assigned engineer of the owner/client, you are also responsible for monitoring it, so before your project turns into a big problem(delayed project), always remind contractors or sub cons to follow the schedule by providing formal reminders such as this letter.
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