What is a punch list?

A punch list is a list of items that need to be rectified. All points of the list are tasks or things that need to be resolved to have a certain project completed. You can simply look at this as a to-do list.

When is a punch list used?

These punch lists are often used in projects, just as designing a laboratory. The punch list is common during commissioning or handover procedures. Also in the formal commissioning or handover of a new laboratory, we always use a punch list.

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