1. Project name:
This refers to the name of the project for which the punch list checklist is being created. It should be a concise but descriptive name that clearly identifies the project and can help to differentiate it from other similar projects.
2. Document ID:
The document ID is a unique identifier used to track and maintain records related to the punch list checklist. It should be assigned at the creation of the document and should remain unchanged throughout its use.
3. Version number and date:
Every time changes are made to the punch list checklist, a new version number should be assigned along with an associated date. This helps keep track of different versions of the document, as well as any changes that were made to it over time.
4. Project description:
This section of the punch list checklist should contain a brief description of what the project is intended to accomplish, including any goals or objectives. It should also include any relevant details such as key stakeholders involved in the project, resources available, budget information, timelines, etc.
5. Defect details and photo:
Here, detailed information about any defects found during inspection should be listed, along with photographs if needed for further clarification. This can include descriptions of specific defects observed, areas where improvements need to be made, or parts that need to be replaced or repaired.
6. Detection date:
Also referred to as “discovery” date on some punch list checklists, this entry simply indicates when a particular defect was first noticed or identified during inspection.
7. Due date of defect fixing:
In this field on the form, details about when a particular defect must be fixed by should be noted down; this helps ensure that all necessary repairs are completed within a given period of time so that further delays are avoided and deadlines are met.
8. Inspection completion date:
Once all inspections have been carried out on the project and all necessary repairs have been completed successfully, an inspection completion date can then be recorded in this field on the form so as not to forget when these actions took place in future reference purposes.
This section will indicate who is responsible for carrying out certain tasks related to completing repairs of each defect listed on the form; usually this will either refer directly or indirectly back to one or more contractors working on-site at that time who were tasked with making those necessary repairs before completion of the project could occur.
10. Inspector/contractor initials and signature:
To ensure accuracy and accountability with respect to inspection results reported on this form (as well as all other forms related to construction projects), initials from both inspectors/contractors overseeing each job must sign off on each specified task they complete throughout their work process; only upon successful verification can they move onto start working on other tasks mentioned in their scope of work agreement with their customer or employer at hand.