DrawAlert is pleased to announce its latest product enhancement, Warranty Document Tracking. This addition supports long term of accountability after the close out phase of any given construction project and supports Owner Value for the long term.
It is, as with all DrawAlert processes, streamlined for the user’s benefit and briefly described below.
A Prime Contractor or Subcontractor is required to upload a Warranty Document for a project as requested by the Project Owner. The Prime Contractor or Subcontractor will navigate to the “Document Upload” screen, and select that they are wanting to upload a Warranty document.
The following information is needed to upload a Warranty.
- Warranty document to upload. This must be a .pdf file, no larger than 3MB
- Name of the file
- Expiration Date – Labor
- Expiration Date – Parts & Materials
- Manufacturer (if applicable)
- Warranty Summary (this is a requirement)
All project stakeholders, in context, now have visibility to the following “Smart Documents”
- Preliminary Notices
- Conditional Waivers
- Unconditional Waivers
- Certificates of Insurance
- Third Party Inspections
- Warranty Documents
Each document type uploaded into the DrawAlert Portal contains pull through to the Project Dashboard of associated Key Data Elements and in some instances workflow reminders of any deficiencies (e.g., Expiring Certificates of Insurance). This enablement of these data elements is what makes a collection of PDF files “Smart Documents for Owners”
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