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If the contractor did not include Mobilization in the
bid (and you want to pay them for it even though they
left it out), then I assume that this amount is not
part of the $100,000 contract. Therefore, I recommend
you add this as a Change Order for $120,000 to the
Contract, then allow the Payment Requisition to "get"
this CO as a new item in the Schedule of Values. You
can then record the amount billed for that new line
Thanks for the response. But the mob payment that i
need to record is part of the 100K. So i can't put it
on top of it by charging a change order.
OK, so then I assume your problem is that they gave
you a Schedule of Values for the entire contract
amount of $100K, but did not show Mobilization as a
separate line item. The fact is that 20K payment
amount will need to come out of some item (or a
combination of items) in order to show it separately.
For example, if you had a line called General
Conditions for $50K and you wanted to take the 20K out
of that, you could adjust that line item to $30 and
add a new line for Mobilization for $20K and record
the $20K payment for this period on that line. Let me
know if I don't understand still. Maybe you can post
an example of what your SOV looks like.
yes that is accurately stated.
It depends how if/how you are using Requisition.<br
I would treat such mobilisation
payment (if was not line item in contract) as an
In my setup I issue
Requisition with 0% but I'd put Amount Certified in
Requisition Summary of 100K.
filed 'description' for RQS would be helpful to show
Another way, would
be to manipulate SOV - deduct 100K from other items
and add new lump sum item as "Mobilisation" and put
100% for this item.
you'd need to show us how your SOV looks like.
ehh in both cases I meant 20K, not 100K. sorry