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A report is a written document that provides information. In the construction industry, reports are typically formal documents that provide information about key events, project stages or processes to a client, local authority, purchaser and so on. They can also provide more general information about the state of something, ranging from individual components to the entire construction industry or the wider economy.
Ideally, reports should be concise, written in easy-to-understand language, should be easy to navigate, should contain only information that is necessary, and should not duplicate information that can be found elsewhere.
- Accident report.
- Assessment and lessons learned report.
- Authority monitoring report (AMR).
- Business case.
- Completion report.
- Concept design report.
- Construction progress report.
- Construction stage report.
- Cost report.
- Detailed design report.
- End of contract report.
- End of stage report.
- Final report for construction works.
- Home report.
- Homebuyer Report.
- Integrated report
- Lessons learned report.
- Post project review.
- Preliminary business case.
- Production information report.
- Project execution plan.
- Project manager’s report.
- Options review report.
- Soil report.
- Tender appraisal report.
- Tender report for construction contracts.
- What is policy?
There have also been a large number of construction industry reports published to analyse the state of the industry or to influence and change the industry in some way. For a list of some of the key industry reports, see Construction industry reports.
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