Project Mobilization Checklist
- Project Mobilization Checklist
- The project mobilization checklist is a simple free tool that was created to plan and monitor the setup of a new construction site.
Many things are to be considered to set up a new construction site, ranging from establishing site security, the setting up offices and traffic zones, to licenses and health, safety and environmental precautions. This simple project mobilization checklist can be used to assign such important tasks and set time limits. The checklist can be updated daily and completion of tasks within deadlines can be monitored.
This is to ensure that planning is carried out from the beginning and that important things are not overlooked.
- Prepared by:
- Marc Arnecke, PMP
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- File Type:
- MS Excel
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