Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Improving the punch list process with Procore, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Instructor] This week, we're continuing…to talk about rethinking…some of our construction management processes…based on the fact that we switched to digital drawings.…Many of our management processes in construction…are centered around the construction drawings,…but I'm going to focus this week…on one of the processes we use in construction…that I really think is in dire need of change,…and that's the punch list process.…Prior to going digital, this entire process…was often pushed to the very end of the project…when the management team did a comprehensive walkthrough…to find everything on the job that needed to be fixed.…
The result is oftentimes a huge list of items…requiring many of the trade contractors to be scheduled…back out to the site for repairs.…This is an extremely inefficient process…and there's a better way in the digital world.…Let's take a look using the project…that we set up in Procore last week,…and this week, we're going to do this…completely on our Android device,…just as already using my phone…
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