This process shows you how to status Quantities based on the percentage of work completed so that they can be compiled into a Progress claim.
In the Quantities register, the type of quantity (i.e. Lot or Floating) determines how the status of each quantity is updated.
Lot Quantities are, by default, based on the percentage of the Lot completed, however they can be manually overridden. The percentage complete for a Conformed or Guaranteed Lot is always 100%, and 0% , by default, for an Open Lot. Generally, the percentage complete for Lots is updated via the % complete column in the Lot register.
The percentage complete for Floating Quantities is always manually updated, as they are not linked to Lots.
1. Navigate to the Quantities register
2. To add columns (e.g. % complete, Effective Qty, etc) to your register, click on the "inverted triangle" on the top right.
3. Select "Column Chooser" and drag and drop the relevant columns to the headlines e.g. % Complete.
4. Alternatively, you can click on the "Three dots" or the "Three columns" icon on the right panel or right-click on the register.
Note: If you want to update the % complete column, you'll need to select it this way, instead of using the "column chooser".
5. The % complete columns for Lot Quantities are updated automatically based on the Lot % completed values from the Lot Register. However, in some exceptional cases, these can be overridden manually and when that happens, the Quantity item will be coloured orange on the register. (To undo the override and go back to Lot % complete, right-click on the register and select "Revert Percentage complete to Lot Percentage").
Floating % complete values are coloured orange, just like overridden Lot % complete values.
Notes : CivilPro will calculate Effective Quantity using the following formula:
Effective Quantity = Quantity * Effective % Complete * Reduced Payment Factor * Non-Claimable
For more details on what Effective % Complete, Reduced Payment Factor and Non-Claimable mean, please refer to the "Quantities Register" article.