Last edited 10 Mar 2015

Production information report for design and construction

The production information report is a work stage report produced by the consultant team for the client at the end of the production information stage (see free work plans on the Designing Buildings Wiki home page).

It is the last opportunity for the client to consider issues to do with the design of the development and the form of contract before the tender process begins. It may also be the first time that the client has seen drawings describing key components (such as door handles), assemblies and specialist items. As a result, the client may wish to issue the production information report (or parts of it) for consideration to key users (or user panels) and perhaps to their lawyer or other independent client advisers. Once the main contractor has been appointed, subsequent changes can become very expensive.

The production information report may include:

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