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View Project Level Inspections

Objective

To view Project level inspections.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • To view inspections not marked as Private:
      • 'Read Only' level permissions or higher on the project Inspections tool.
    • To view inspections marked as Private:
      • 'Admin' level permissions on the project Inspections tool.
        OR
      • 'Read Only' or 'Standard' level permissions on the project Inspections tool and added to the inspection's distribution list or added as an 'Assignee' on the inspection.

Steps

  1. Navigate to the Project level Inspections tool.
  2. Click View next to the inspection you want to view.
  3. View general information about the inspection report as well as detailed information about each inspected item.


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  • The title of your inspection will inherit its name from the Company level inspection template followed by a number (e.g. 1, 2, 3), starting with '1' for the first inspection created with the template. 
  • A summary of all inspection items are highlighted with circular progress graphs. Use the Deficient and N/A graphs to highlight the percent of open items that may require additional follow-up and/or resolution in order to bring them into conformance. 



 

  • Type: The type of the inspection. See Create an Inspection Type.
  • Status: Defines the current status of the inspection.
    • Open: An inspection is currently being performed or there are deficient items that were that found during the inspection that have yet to be resolved.
    • Closed: All deficient items (if any) that were identified during the inspection have been sufficiently resolved.
  • Trade: The specific trade that's being evaluated by the inspection. See Add a Custom Trade.
  • Location: The specific location on the jobsite where the inspection was performed.
  • Distribution: The users that have been added to the inspection's distribution list.
  • Private: Indicates whether the inspection is 'Private' or not.
  • Spec Section: References to the specific contract documents or section of the specification book that's related to the inspection.
  • Linked Drawings: If the inspection was linked to a drawing via markup, a link to the linked drawing will appear here.
  • Description: Brief description about the purpose of the inspection.
  • Attachments: Downloadable links to any related documents, drawings, instructions, etc. If more than one file is attached, you can download all at once by clicking Download All above the attachments.

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  • Inspection Date: The date when the inspection was performed.
  • Due Date: The date the inspection needs to be completed by.
  • Assignee(s): The name of the person(s) who performed the inspection. A maximum of four persons can be selected.
  • Responsible Contractor: The company who performed the work to be inspected.
  • Point of Contact: The name of the person who originally performed the work to be inspected.
  • Signatures: If one or more signatures have been added to the inspection, the signers' names will display in this field with links to view the signatures. See View Signatures on an Inspection.

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  • Each section of inspection items includes a summary of the items' responses below the section name.
  • Each inspection item has an activity feed below the item number, name, and response that includes the following information: Response ChangesAttachments, PhotosComments, and Observations.
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