Closing off a punch list is a final hurdle for any project.
But the nature of punch lists makes closing them off very complicated and time-consuming: defects and non-conformities can be found anywhere, so the nature of a fix and the person responsible can vary enormously.
Closing a punch list calls for a combination of task management and deficiency tracking, plus a significant amount of scheduling, reporting, and verification. The approaches of the past are manual, error-prone, and time-consuming. Keeping pace with increasing industry expectations demands new solutions.
An up-to-date punch list would always be available, at any time, at any place, on any mobile device. Deficiencies could be logged in a few seconds, and you could take, mark-up, and attach photos to make things crystal clear and to overcome language barriers. Notifications would go out automatically when fixes are needed; and you’d receive notifications automatically when deficiencies are resolved. Subcontractor communication would be automatic and tracked. Reports
would be easy to generate and share, to show progress and increase accountability.
Bridgit makes punch lists less complicated by combining powerful task management capabilities with excellent deficiency tracking and resolution features, so you have exactly what you need to get to close-out.
The biggest challenge right now is coordinating all the work, and delivering a product on schedule. Bridgit helps us by organizing all the punch list items into one program. And it helps me and the other Project Engineers assess the space quickly.
We promise to make the best use of your time and take your questions as we walk you through the capabilities of our solution that best suit your interest.
Manage and track inspections, checklists, and project milestones.
Streamline communication and workflow to save time and keep your project on track.
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