Yes. When using the Prime Contract tool to create multiple prime contracts on a single construction project, please be aware of these limitations:
- While you can import budget line items to a Prime Contract's Schedule of Values (SOV), you do NOT have the ability to choose which budget line items that you want to import
Please be aware that you must import all of a budget's line items to each prime contract. Because most customers with multiple prime contracts typically only want to import certain line items from their budget, use caution before using the project budget to create your prime contract's SOVs (see Create a Prime Contract SOV from the Project Budget). Doing so can lead to a need to delete the unwanted line items from each prime contract's SOV. To avoid this extra step, Procore recommends that you choose a different method to add line items to the prime contract's SOV. For more information, see Update the Schedule of Values on a Prime Contract.
- You will be limited to one (1) set of granular permissions for each project
Procore does NOT support the creation of unique granular permissions for each contract on a project. See Grant Granular Permissions in a Permission Template.
- You will NOT be able to sort, add filters, or group report data from the Prime Contract tool in other tools
You will NOT be able to sort change events by each prime contract in the Change Events list page. To workaround this limitation, Procore recommends building a custom project report to show financial data that is sorted, filtered, or grouped by it's respective prime contract. See Create a Custom Project Report.
- You will NOT have the ability to map your commitments or automatically complete cost data
You will not be able to map purchase orders and subcontracts to more than one prime contracts. The system will also be restricted from automatically completing cost data. If the same cost code & cost type combination is used on more than one (1) prime contract, the system will not be able to automatically complete the direct cost amount and/or subcontractor invoice amount to your owner invoice. To avoid this limitation, you can create a unique billing period or sub job for each prime contract.