Punch list software for construction projects

Find and resolve punch list items for successful project closeout

Punch list software for construction projects
Punch list software for construction projects

Some of our successful customers

Some of our successful customers

Your easy-to-use punch list app

Add punch list items on a mobile device from the construction site – no need to follow up at the office.

Build punch lists on-the-go

Add punch list items on a mobile device from the construction site – no need to follow up at the office.

Assign deadlines and track progress directly in the punch list app – subcontractors access and update their punch list items for free.

Oversight & visibility – in real-time

Assign deadlines and track progress directly in the punch list app – subcontractors access and update their punch list items for free.

Export your complete punch list at the touch of a button into your own punch list template.

Punch list reports

Export your complete punch list at the touch of a button into your own punch list template.

Create a digital punch list

Create a digital punch list

Say goodbye to paper punch lists. Pin punch list items directly to digital plans and BIM models from the construction site.

Get the facts from any location

Get the facts from any location

With punch list software, each item can contain photos, videos, text and voice recordings added from your mobile device.

On-site or in the office, users can review and annotate the task before assigning to subcontractors or team members.

Share the live status of punch list items

Share the live status of punch list items

Once your site audit is complete, use a punch list template to create an actionable report in the exact format required.

PlanRadar lets you create a template that meets your needs and export resolved, open, and closed items. Users can also report by contractor or type of snag i.e. HVAC or electrical-related items that need repairing.

Track punch list progress

Track punch list progress

Use PlanRadar’s statistics boards to get quick insights into your punch list’s progress. Monitor work, identify delays, and take quick action to resolve any issues.

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Punch list software for the construction site

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How to build a punch list with PlanRadar

1. Find defects during a site audit

1. Find defects during a site audit

2. Add items to your digital plan using a punch list ticket, with photos, videos, voice memos, or plan annotations

2. Add items to your digital plan using a punch list ticket, with photos, videos, voice memos, or plan annotations

3. Assign the punch list item to the responsible team member with a deadline

3. Assign the punch list item to the responsible team member with a deadline

4. Export all items into a report for a complete punch list

4. Export all items into a report for a complete punch list

5. Monitor progress using a custom statistics board for punch list items

5. Monitor progress using a custom statistics board for punch list items

Customer Stories

How Innovaré Systems use PlanRadar for punch lists and more

How Innovaré Systems use PlanRadar for punch lists and more

Modular construction experts Innovaré Systems use PlanRadar on-site and at their factory for quality assurance, punch lists, and several other processes.

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How interior fit-out specialists HCIP improved their punch list process

How interior fit-out specialists HCIP improved their punch list process

HCIP use PlanRadar to achieve high-quality handovers and get better oversight of their interior fit-out projects.

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How CSI~QA find and report defects with PlanRadar

How CSI~QA find and report defects with PlanRadar

CSI~QA conduct independent site inspections with PlanRadar, helping their customers achieve compliance and high quality builds.

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FAQs

What is a punch list?

A construction punch list is a document that lists anything in a building project that doesn’t confirm to the contract specifications. It can include items that are incomplete, damaged or installed incorrectly. Usually, the final payment to a general contractor is withheld until they have dealt with every item on a punch list.

Why is it called a punch list?

According to construction legend, punch lists got their name from the way contractors would punch a hole in a paper list next to a completed task. It was easier than checking things off, as the list had two layers of paper – one for the architect and one for the contractor.

What should I look for when making a punch list?

The most common punch list items are caused by low quality or rushed work. They include chipped paintwork, missing grout or small elements that haven’t been installed properly. For instance, a pipe could leak once you start to use it regularly, or a door hasn’t been hung straight. Occasionally you might find more serious structural or electrical problems, but most items on punch lists are small and easy to repair.

When should I make a punch list?

A punch list is always compiled at the end of a project, to catch the final issues. However, it can be very effective to create punch lists throughout your project, either at key stages or as part of ongoing quality control procedures. That way, you can find and fix problems quickly, before they get too complicated or expensive to solve.

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