Quality documentation is vital to successfully implement lighting projects. Documentation is required and necessary from the initial audit through completion of the installation. Why is it so vital? Because your documentation contains all the key information for which your energy efficient lighting project will be graded.
Timely and complete documentation throughout the project is often the difference between success and failure.
When considering your options for an energy-efficient lighting solution, it's important to address the implications of poor documentation. Here are a few challenges we have discovered that our partners have experienced, before working with RTS.
The format is not user friendly.
This can be frustrating and add significant time during a review.
What was proposed vs. what was implemented?
This can make a difference in the cost, time and energy efficiency delivered, not to mention your return on investment.
Your data is not matching up.
The idea behind doing the project in the first place is to show significant improvement in energy costs and the quality of light. If data measured before the project doesn't match with the data after the project, most likely something in the process has changed. Is that information documented? Why was it changed? How does it change my return on investment? What are the implications for the project?
Is the hazardous waste removal information missing?
How are they disposing of hazardous waste? Am I liable if it's not disposed of properly?
Can I be sure that Certified Payroll was handled appropriately?
Can I be liable with the state or federal government?
From start-up to sign-off, fast, efficient electronic documentation that supports your sales, engineering, and construction efforts clearly and completely is what you deserve. You and your customers receive world-class project documentation in a timely, usable format.