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punch list

The list of completion, correction, and repair items necessary after construction has been completed on a project and before acceptance by the owner, tenant,or purchaser. The item can be as minor as, “Switch plate in master bathroom is not straight,” to things as important as, “All the carpet is the wrong color.”

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Go Canvas has a large community of applications populated by their users, from rental applications to time records and the Smart Apartment Solutions Punchlist application.
In this case, the 22-page punchlist document was developed and approved by the port's architects, contractor and foundation representatives.
A standard implementation document that we regularly review with the client is an Open Item Report or Punchlist.
According to Goldstein, 98% of construction at Gateway is complete, with just minor punchlist items remaining.
The company helps outsource post-construction services during the building warranty period, including buyer orientation and walkthrough, punchlist assignments and warranty callback processing.
began work on the annex more than three years ago, and only a handful of punchlist items remains.
James Englebrecht, president, says the company "offers value engineering, reduced lead times and a zero punchlist commitment" to its customers.
For customers wishing a less expensive (albeit less-customizable) tool, industry vendors such as Punch List or Punchlist Manager sell software that also works on PDAs and may be compatible with accounting software.
Homebuilders Can Now Manage the Construction Punchlist and Close-Out Processes with Unmatched Cost-Efficiency and Accuracy
Enhanced Construction Administration including conducting the pre-construction meeting, conducting construction progress meetings, daily field evaluations, response to contractor RFIs, submittal review, Application for Payment review, punchlist inspection, close-out document review, and final inspection.
My advice to both developers and buyers is to try to wait as long as is reasonably possible to close in order to allow most of the punchlist work to be completed.
Raymond Fischer from Trammel Crow states: "Progress meetings take up most of my time with the travel involved, but most of my aggravation comes from the last 10 percent of the project, which involves punchlist, close-out, and submittals.