Documentation should be prepared by qualified specialists. The key to good documentation is to correctly identify the problem to be solved, and hence to specify an appropriate solution. The nature and extent of the work must then be clearly conveyed to those who will do it. This information sheet discusses firstly what to document and secondly how.
Documenting maintenance and repair works: Information sheet 1.2
The aim of documentation is to give those carrying out the works the information they need. Documents are also used to prepare cost estimates and to obtain tenders from potential contractors.
- 1 March 1998
- Heritage Office
- Heritage publications, Maintenance series, Publication, Fact sheet
- ISBN 1-87641-5738
- File PDF 181KB
- Pages 6
- Name documenting-maintenance-and-repair-works-information-sheet.pdf