Scope of Work Tutorial
Learn how to use the Scope of Work report to develop a project scope of work that can be used for soliciting contractor proposals.
The Scope of Work report creates a detailed scope of work that can be distributed to contractors for estimating and receiving contractor proposals.
The Scope of Work report lists the detailed work items and quantities that are included in your repair cost budget.
The Scope of Work report is a fully automated report, and automatically pulls over the work item descriptions and quantities from the Repair Cost Budgeter...so if you want to change anything on the scope of work report, it needs to be changed on the Repair Cost Budgeter.
The notes section on the right is where you can add additional notes about the work, such as work requirements, material specification and who is responsible for providing the material.
Owner Furnished vs Contractor Furnished Material
I generally use the notes column to list who is responsible for providing materials for each work item.
Generally speaking, I will provide all finish materials for the project, such as cabinets, tiling, paint, and fixtures.
The general contractor is responsible for furnishing and installing all rough materials, such as framing, drywall, & MEP rough in materials such as piping and wiring.
To designate who is responsible for providing what materials, I will specify an item as Owner-Furnished, Contractor-Installed or Contractor-Furnished, Contractor-Installed