Project Information Sheet

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Project Information Sheet

About Project Information Sheet

A helpful, fill-in-the-blank template that outlines important information that you should collect at the start of a construction project. Collecting this information is critical in the event of any problem or payment dispute on a project. It is required in order to complete important forms and documents, like preliminary notices, lien waivers, mechanics liens, and bond claims. Smart construction parties collect this information at the start of every job.

This form includes information about the:

  • Project & property
  • Property owner
  • General contractor
  • Lender
  • Surety company
  • Project type
  • Important dates
  • Construction contract
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