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How do you track CA documentation

  • 1.  How do you track CA documentation

    Posted 06-23-2011 13:12
    This message has been cross posted to the following Discussion Forums: Construction Contract Administration and Project Delivery .

    Our company has multiple offices and is increasing the amount of Design Bid Build projects. Typically the Project Managers are responsible for tracking RFIs, submittals, field observation reports, etc. If you are an architect/PM in a similar environment, how do you keep a consistency in document control? Do you use one of the PM softwares? We are interested in an architect/PM friendly process.

    Gary Nelson AIA
    Assistant Vice President
    Michael Baker Jr. Inc.
    Phoenix AZ
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  • 2.  RE:How do you track CA documentation

    Posted 06-28-2011 12:56
    Our firm designs higher education research facilities that are typically constructed in a CM at Risk environment.  We maintain a log for RFI's, Submittals, Change Orders, and ASI's for internal use while at the same time communicating with the Owner/Client and the CMR through the CMR's elecronic project tracking system.  For example, one current project uses "Constructware".

    William Boghosian AIA
    Senior Architect
    Wilson Architects Inc.
    Cary NC

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