DIARIES IN SITE WORKS
How Maintain a Diary In Project Site Work
The Contractor shall provide suitable diaries in an approved form to which the Employer shall have access, and shall enter in these diaries all the measurements of the Contract Works on the Site as completed on the day on which the measurements are taken, together with full particulars, and details of all obstructions or modifications or extra, or incidents and the number of men employed in each of the several portions of the work in progress and any other information as directed by the Employer or his representative.
The diaries shall be available at all times for the Employer to verify the records, and the Employers representative shall sign all entries therein so verified, and have full liberty himself to make entries therein, but no such signature or entry shall imply acceptance of any work or material, or that the Contractor is entitled to be paid for the same, or at any particular rate. The diaries shall, when signed by both parties, be deemed to be a true record of the work executed. The diary(s) shall be the property of the Employer.