The Developer shall adhere to all safety rules, regulations and requirements of local authorities whatever it may be applicable to the construction site. The Developer shall follow all safety procedures prescribed in the AGC (American General Developer's) Manual of Accident Prevention in Construction, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of USA and all other local codes and regulations.
The Plot Developer shall submit for approval a Site Layout Plan showing the proposed layout of all temporary facilities. The plan shall provide details of location and size of all temporary facilities including site offices, plant, temporary utilities, sanitary facilities, materials storage areas, fabrication / assembly yards and access routes.
Material deliveries shall be planned to meet schedule and construction requirements. The Plot Developer shall conform to the procedures related to entry permits and authorization, as prescribed by the Master Developer or the Master Developer's Project Manager. Excess material resulting from clearing, stripping and excavation operations shall not be removed from the site without the consent of the Master Developer's Project Manager.
Construction companies normally submit Payment application every month as per the contract agreement. Until completion of the project, they get part payment from their client after submission of claim which is duly approved and certified by project consultant. Project QS collect all the relevant work details and progress percentage from the field engineers in close coordination with Project Manager.