To upload revisions of existing specifications to a project's Specifications tool.
Things to Consider
Required User Permissions: 'Admin' level permissions on the Specifications tool.
You can only upload PDF (.pdf) files to the Specifications tool.
If you previously uploaded a division or spec section, Procore recognizes the division and spec section as a match and creates a new revision.
When you upload a revision of a previously uploaded specification, Procore automatically recognizes the spec section number as a duplicate and marks it as a newer revision of its predecessor.
Revision numbers automatically increment by one. For example, if you're uploading the first revision of a spec section, the new revision (Rev 1) replaces the original version (Rev 0) in the Submittals log view.
Navigate to the project's Specifications tool.
In the right pane, click the Upload Specifications button. The Upload Specifications window presents the following options:
File*: Attach the latest specification revision from your computer by clicking Attach file(s) or by dragging and dropping files into the gray box. Select one or more single or multi-page specification PDF(s). If you select a multi-page PDF, Procore automatically splits the PDFs into divisions and sections upon upload.
Set: Since you are uploading incremental revisions to an existing specification set, select the appropriate specification set in the dropdown picker. See What is a specification set?
Default Issued Date: (Optional) Specify the date when the revisions were issued by the Design team.
Default Received Date: (Optional) Specify the date when the revisions were received by the GC.
Once the files have been uploaded and processed, click Review Specifications.
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