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Sonya Hough 
4 months ago
I have spreadsheet with information about projects my organization is working on.  Below are the columns/fields I have for each project.  I need create a database that would allow me to run various reports. It would have approx 20 users.  Each user would have access to only certain information based on their role (only CFO can access contract specific info) . My budget is limited (I am paying from my pocket) because I am pitching this project to the company's owner and senior leadership. Once I show it to them I am sure they will give me a budget to finalize the design and have some expert support for upgrades and support.  

I am not sure how many tables are needed.  I am thinking I would need a table for many of the items listed below.  I have user experience with Access and I have worked with a programmer in the past to design a similar database.

Please give me your rate and the turnaround time to set up this up.  I think I can handle doing an import of the data on my own.  
1. Status (Active, closed, pending)
2. Est Type (bid, budget)
3. Bonus (yes, no)
4. Bonded (yes, no)
5. Bid date
6. JobEnd date
7. Job start date
8. Job number (unique to each job)
9. Project/job name
10. Address
11. Location (street, city, State)
12. Type (reno, frame)
13. Job description
14. Estimating number (could be multiple numbers for one project/job)
15. Estimating status
16. Estimating type
17. Change Orders
18. Change order status
19. Internal change order number
20. External change order number
21. Date issues
22. Amount submitted
23. Amount propsoed
24. Amount approved
25. Change order notes
26. Employee table with phone, email, address and category)
a. Department
i. PM (tom, jon, dave, bill)
ii. Est (frank, paul, bill, bob)
iii. Gen Super (15 diff names that would grow)
iv. HCC Super (lou, bill, bob, mike)
v. HCC Gen Super (Al, bruce, peter)
27. External contacts (with phone, email, address and category)
a. GC (50 different names and growing)
b. Concrete vendor (3)
c. PT vendor (5)
d. Rebar vendor (6)
e. Stone vendor (6)
f. Owner (200 and growing)
28. Ranking
29. Budget amount


I need to create a database that would allow me to run various reports. It would have approx 10 users with access to only certain information.  My budget is limited (I am paying from my pocket) because I am pitching this project to the company's owner and senior leadership. Once I show it to them I am sure they will give me a budget to finalize the design and have some expert support for upgrades and support.  

I am not sure how many tables are needed.  I am thinking I would need a table for many of the items listed above.  I have user experience with Access and I have worked with a programmer in the past to design a similar database.

Please give me your rate and the turnaround time to set up this up.  I think I can handle doing an import of the data on my own and creating forms.

if you want to concact me directly please email me - sohough@gmail.com. thanks.

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