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The Restart Notice closes the loop on the Delay Notice.
It should carry the same number as the Delay Notice. For example, if the Delay Notice was DN-01, then the Restart Notice is RN-01.
It states that the problem which caused the Delay Notice to be issued has been remedied. It states a projected restart date.
Be certain to issue a Restart Notice for any Delay Notice that has been issued and remedied. It does no good to have open Delay Notices floating around while you are back to work on a job. It is confusing and looks sloppy.
The document states clearly what was done to effect the Restart Notice...
And provides a new "tentative" completion date.
The PDF and description of the document above provides sufficient information for you to replicate the document.
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