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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Inspires People To Do More

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Posting operational work (Subcontractors) – part 7

In my previous six posts I described posting of own work on projects, using different models. The base characteristics of this models is that we have our own resources and items consumption. Now, we have once more model for posting, when we use Subcontractors work. Target is the same, we need to make some contracted Construction Positions, but now we do not use own consumption.

We have two types of subcontractor’s engagement in our construction projects:

  • First, we can engage subcontractor for do some minor work on our positions. That means, we will work some part of job, and some part of job will made by subcontractors.
  • Second, we can engage subcontractors for doing complete job by position. This is very often when we work on complex construction with very vary business processes, as construction of houses, buildings, etc., because the main constructor often perform only one or two types of works and engage subcontractors for all other works.

I describe how we can planning that in Construction Position Norms in my old post about Construction Position and Norms – Cost Analyze and Bill of Quantities – (Subcontractors), but now I will describe posting of subcontractor usage.

Subcontractor’s minor engagement

This is the simply process. We get invoice from subcontractors for their part of work. For posting, we will use the standard NAV purchase documents, Purchase Order or Purchase Invoice. We will post this as our cost using G/L Account, but we must to set Job No. and Job Task No. in Purchase Lines. When we post document, we will get Job Ledger Entries with G/L Account types. Our own part of job, we will post using Job and Position Journals or using Output Orders. We will invoice position we posting using Position Journals or Output Orders, with the same quantity.

We can use this model for all planned or unplanned costs on project. NAV will be classifies our own usage as resource cost or as item cost, and all other costs as G/L Costs.

As I said, this is very simply process. Other posting method need more customization or more manual work. We choose customizations, and we make automatic model of subcontractors posting in our solution NAV4Construction.

Subcontractor’s complete position engagement

In this example, we engage subcontractors for doing complete job by position. We get invoices/certificates from them for complete position engagement as we have this job in our Bill Of Quantities.

Doesn’t meter I said is too complex process, we mad it simply. For posting, we will also use the standard NAV purchase documents, Purchase Order or Purchase Invoice, but with some customizations. We will post this using Position types (new NAV4Construction type), and we also must to set Job No. and Job Task No. in Purchase Lines.

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When we post this document, we will get Job Ledger Entries with G/L Account types (G/L Account from Posting Groups) as cost, and also Position Ledger Entry with output quantity and price from BoQ, and posting type Subcontractor, as well. With only one posting, we will get complete posting process, and we can prepare our invoice to customer.