Why Use Xenia for Punch Lists

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Construction teams, contractors, and even regulatory bodies need punch lists to assess construction quality. Xenia makes it easy to spot any overlooked faults or pending work with detailed punch lists.

Let's have a look at how Xenia helps you cover all your bases. 

Why Xenia?

There are several advantages to using Xenia for your punch lists:

  1. Ease of use so your employees don't spend hours figuring out complex tools
  2. Digital checklists, fill on the go from anywhere
  3. Mobile friendly to facilitate a deskless staff
  4. Save progress, continue where you left off
  5. Measure quality and flag faults quickly with checklist scores and reports
  6. Improve accountability and progress tracking for each checklist

Punch lists in Xenia in action

Let's have a look at how a construction company detects faults via punch lists in Xenia.

Greg works as a project manager at ConstructionPros. The team has just finished constructing an auditorium for a school but needs to make sure that the new building meets all the project requirements. Let's see how this gets done.

  1. Greg creates an Auditorium inspection work order. He adds all the details, such as priority, deadline, and any docs or pictures to assist.
  2. He then attaches a Xenia construction inspection checklist to this work order by exploring the public template library.
  3. Then, Greg sets out to choose an available assignee. The assignee field lets him see all the team members, displaying user availability next to each. 
  4. It looks like Mark is free to take on more work. Greg assigns the work order to him. 
  5. This sends an instant notification to Mark, allowing him to prioritize tasks accordingly, plan his day, and begin work. 
  6. Mark heads to the work site and pulls out the inspection checklist on his phone.
  7. He starts going over each line item one by one and inspects the building for any possible faults.
  8. He also captures pictures of the construction work and attaches them against each step to show visual proof of work. 
  9. At the end of the inspection, the checklist log is scored based on the checks the building passed. This will allow Mark, Greg, and all other stakeholders to judge the quality of the construction at a glance. 
  10. Once the work order is completed, Mark marks it as 'Completed' which notifies all stakeholders involved. 

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