6 Ways Your Construction Punchlist is Hindering Project Quality

The goal of every quality manager should be to complete work with as few defects and with the highest percentage of first-time quality work as possible. While punchlists are an essential component of any quality management process, often there is too much emphasis placed on this step, sometimes to the point of hindering project quality;

If your quality management process is working, you’ll see fewer issues over time, and the ones you do find will not be repetitive. If this is not the case, you may be focusing too much attention on fixing things that have already been completed, and not actually improving the quality of work.

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How to Improve Your Construction Punch List Process

Are you increasingly spending more time creating and managing punchlists? Finding issues and deficiencies, communicating them to the responsible parties, and then keeping track of completed and outstanding issues is a normal part of any construction process. Nonetheless, it can become a management nightmare if you don’t have a good system or solid process in place. Here are some tips for improving your punchlist process.

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FTQ360 Punch List Automation 2.0

The work with old style punch lists begins in the job trailer where you have to log in your issues, organize them, email them, track them, and following-up. You spend more time in the trailer than on the jobsite. Now, with FTQ360's Punch List Automation feature, you really shouldn’t be spending any time in the trailer at all.

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Handling Open Deficiencies and Punch Lists on Inspections

With FTQ360, you can see a list of a contractor’s open deficiencies across any number of inspections, punch lists, and corrective actions, all in one place. The software does the work of scanning for open items and corrective actions across all inspections and puts them all on one list.

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