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A clerk of the works can monitor restoration of physical damage on a daily basis until completion of the project.
After retirement, he continued in the field as a Clerk of the Works, acting as the eyes and ears of the owner, to be sure buildings were put up to specification.
The old capsule and its contents had been housed in a cracked Crumlin beer bottle, which the then clerk of the works Mr W Jenkins had gathered and sealed in 1928.
In this risky situation, a key figure was the clerk of the works. He was equipped, at least in theory, to read sets of architects' plans and detailed drawings, someone well-versed in building techniques and man management, and able to keep sets of accounts.
As supervisor and clerk of the works of that massive project, Green had to fight off all sorts of attempted raids on the public treasury, from predatory politicians to greedy labor unions.
Mr Jenkins, 51, a deep-thinking man who took the trouble to create the capsule, tells us in his letter he was clerk of the works at the school site.
The project has a clerk of the works, an architect, a construction firm and other consultants, but it also has Mrs.
As part of that budget, two positions will be eliminated in the city manager's office - chief clerk of the works and director of administration - while two positions will be added, assistant city manager for operations and a principal staff assistant.
The Town of Waitsfield is seeking a qualified Clerk of the Works to represent the Towns interests and oversee the construction of a new 4,700 sf, 2-story, wood-frame, high-performing Town Office building.
"Our project manager would be our clerk of the works for the entire project.