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View a Field Production Report

Objective

To view a Field Production Report.

Background

Production quantities are a measurable amount of work on a construction project. For example, cubic yards of concrete, number of light fixtures, or linear feet of piping. In Procore, there are two types of production quantities:

  • Budgeted production quantities refers to the measurable amount a team plans to install on a project.
  • Installed production quantities refers to the actual amount installed on a project by a point in time.

The Field Production Report provides Procore users with the ability to compare a construction project's budgeted production quantities with its installed production quantities. With the appropriate permissions, you can view this report with the project's Reports or Timesheets tool. 

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions: 
    • 'Read Only' permission or higher on the project's Reports tool.
      AND
    • 'Read Only' permission or higher on the project's Timesheets tool.
  • Prerequisites:
 Notes

Steps

From the project's Reports tool

  1. Navigate to the project's Reports tool.
  2. Scroll to Project Reports.
  3. Click Field Production Report.

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    This reveals the Field Production Report. To learn about the data columns, see Which data columns are in a Field Production Report?

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  4. Click Add Filter to narrow the display results.
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  5. Select one of the following:
    • Cost Code
    • Sub Job Name
    • Unit Of Measure

From the project's Timesheets tool

  1. Navigate to the project's Timesheets tool.
  2. Click Reports.
  3. Click Field Production Report.

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    This reveals the Field Production Report. To learn about the data columns, see Which data columns are in a Field Production Report?

    FPR-accurate-12-13-18.jpg
     
  4. Click Add Filter to narrow the display results.

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  5. Select one of the following:
    • Cost Code
    • Sub Job Name
    • Unit Of Measure
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