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What is a snag list?

In construction management, a snag list is a list of items that need to be fixed before a project is considered complete.

Common Uses

  • Snag List items are performed at the end of the project to identify remaining issues and typically consist of minor and aesthetic issues like dings and scratches on the walls and floor.
  • Sometimes the owner or designer will create snag list items after realizing they would have preferred something else after seeing the project built. This is considered added scope by the owner and work the owner needs to pay the contractor for.

Construction Process

The main contractor, owner and architect walk around the project together to create the snag list. After the list of work has been compiled, the main contractor assigns work to the responsible contractor who will complete the work.

Learn how to manage your Snag List in Procore: Snag List

 

If you would like to learn more about Procore's snag list software and how it can help your business, please visit our construction snag list software product page icon-external-link.png.