FAQ: Transmittals

What is the purpose of Transmittals?

Transmittals in construction are documents used to formally communicate the transfer of information, materials, drawings, or any other project-related items between different parties involved on a project. These documents serve as a record of what is being sent, to whom it is being sent, and for what purpose; they typically facilitate the organized exchange of information between contractors, architects, engineers, subs, and clients. Common examples of information contained in Transmittals include sender/recipient details, description of the transmitted item, purpose of the transmission or instructions for it, and date/reference numbers. 

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