Construction RFIs, Submittals & Transmittals
Create, manage, and track RFIs, Submittals, and Transmittals
Create, manage, and track RFIs, Submittals, and Transmittals from one easy to use, user-friendly construction software.
The RFI, Submittal, and Transmittal software is fully-integrated to your contacts on the job, subcontractors, and the job itself.
Client Case Study
Metric Contracting Services is a heavy civil contractor that performs excavation to help construct major highways, roadways, railways, shopping malls, airports and sprawling residential subdivisions. With the goal of integrating their business, enhancing decision making capabilities, and improving access to information, Metric came to the realization that their current software solution was no longer going to meet their needs. Metric leveraged Jonas to help enrich the business through improved efficiencies, providing them with a sustainable software solution that would grow with them as the needs of the business increase.
With the ability to complete RFIs from one location, not only is the process of submitting an RFI simple, you can stay organized and keep track of each RFI. You are also able to attach an RFI to a contemplated change order and change notice.
Easily send out submittals via email directly through Jonas to multiple contacts, with the ability to attach documents and pictures. Quickly access and stay up-to-date with the current status of each submittal, including a complete history of each submittal as well.
Create a transmittal within Jonas Construction Software, attach project related information, and send the transmittal with a specified number, response date, and receipt request. Easily send information to contacts with the option to attach and view documents within the transmittal.
All RFIs, submittals, and transmittals are stored in Digio, our document management system, with the ability to easily search and access all information. From the project management dashboard within Jonas, you can drill down into the details of each RFI, submittal, and transmittal.