During the start of the project, Civil subcontractor withdraws all the anchor bolts(Company scope) at the Material Handling group. These were the first batch of anchor bolts that arrived at site. They’ve withdrawn also the succeeding batches of anchor bolt that arrived at site.
-The withdrawal was documented by the Material Handling group and signed both by the subcontractor and Company. The record shows the anchor bolt quantity, sizes and type, including date of withdrawal.
– The withdrawn anchor bolt is now in the custody/keeping of the subcontractor since they’ve withdrawin it in bulk.
– At the late construction stage, field engineer recieved a material request for withdrawal of anchor bolt from the subcontractor. Upon checking at the warehouse, there were no more anchor bolts to be withdrawn. Field engineer check all the records of withdrawal and received anchor bolts and found out that it was already withdrawn all by the subcontractor.
– The field engineer together with the subcontractor conducted an audit of the anchor bolts and found out that there were missing anchor bolts at subcontractor’s custody. There are still foundations to be constructed and there’s a shortage of anchor bolt.
Missing anchor bolts: 9pcs-M24 type Ia; 7pcs-M30 type Id
Anchor bolts were originally purchased overseas. Fabrication and delivery at site takes months. Construction cannot be delayed due this missing anchor bolts.