Manage the QA/QC process from start to finish
There are essentially two types of lists: Reactive and Proactive.
Both types are necessary and have their specific advantages and uses.
Reactive lists begin with a blank piece of paper and as you inspect you react to something you see during inspection and add it to your list. A punch list or a defect list are good examples of this kind of list.
Proactive lists begin with pre-determined checklist items that you are going to “check off” as you observe their completion. Inspections designed to detect issues before “it’s too late” are better suited as proactive checklists and insure you don’t miss anything.
The Power of FinishLine Checklists
FinishLine's flexible and powerful checklist features can be used for QA/QC functions like Pre-Pour and In-Wall inspections. Each individual list item can be assigned to the responsible party and you can use FinishLine to share those assignments.
FinishLine makes this process simplesince any item that doesn’t get checked off becomes a deficiency for the responsible party and those items are reported to them through the normal reporting and distribution functions within FinishLine.
What makes FinishLine checklists unique?
Every checklist item is a separate record in the FinishLine database that can be searched, filtered and reported on, rather than a running list. Want to see all of the instances where XYZ sub-contractor hasn’t completed “their” checklist items? FinishLine can do that.
You can also capture additional information about any particular checklist items including comments, quantities, costs, a user defined field with pull downs, list boxes, or additional comments.
FinishLine has you covered.