Despite a stop work order, construction took place during nights, weekends and holidays, Gerald Walsh, president of local advocacy group Dutch Kills Civic Association, told the Wall Street Journal.
What does W/O stand for?
W/O stands for Work Order
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 2 other meanings of W/O in our Acronym Attic
- White Male (personal ads)
- Watt Per Square Metre (energy measurement)
- With Modification of Vertical Profile
- Journal Static Weight Load to Rotation Speed Ratio (flange manufacturing)
- Walkover (gaming; elections)
- Washington/Obayashi (Joint Venture)
- Water in Oil (emulsion used widely in cosmetics)
- Week Of
- Wife of
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Work order can be tracked to department, task, employee; multiple jobs may be assigned to the badge; timeframes may be set for each task and reported when overdue.
The stop work order patrol, a team of inspectors and city sherrifs who make unannounced inspections of sites with active SWO--which can be issued for a host of violations ranging from working without a permit to failing to provide approved plans on site--has been expanded to Manhattan.
FieldRanger Software shares data with both Intuit Master Builder and Intuit's QuickBooks(1) family of Financial Software packages, dispatching work order information to the field, where workers can track time, materials usage, and completed work.
Typically, a maintenance office clerk would take a telephone request and enter it into our Work Order Screen.
Solomon Software, Findlay, Ohio, a provider of mid-market business management systems, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the rights to Manufacturing Work Order applications developed by Sandler-Kahne Software.